Tehran Rejects EU Charges

“The economic aspects and benefits of JCPOA are very important for us, and the manner in which European signatories carry out their commitments will play a crucial role in determining the future of our relations”
Tehran Rejects EU Charges
Tehran Rejects EU Charges

The Foreign Ministry on Tuesday welcomed the positive steps taken by the European Union toward constructive engagement with Iran but dismissed criticism of its missile activities, regional policies and human rights record. 
Iran’s response came a day after the bloc issued a statement, in which it expressed concern about the country’s ballistic missile tests and its alleged role in Middle East tensions while reiterating support for the development of EU-Iran relations and the 2015 nuclear deal. 
European powers have promised to abide by the accord under which Iran agreed to limit its atomic work in exchange for sanctions relief, even after US President Donald Trump abandoned it last year and reimposed economic sanctions on the major OPEC producer. 


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