Moscow urges its partners in the Joint comprehensive plan of action on Iran’s nuclear program not to lose a common language in an attempt to find ways of AGREEMENT from the crisis, all arising in the implementation of the AGREEMENT, the issues should be resolved within the framework of the Joint Commission, said the Russian foreign Ministry.
Earlier it was reported that the Minister of foreign Affairs of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif has sent the EU a letter, listing all the points of non-compliance by France, Germany and great Britain the conditions of the nuclear deal, Tehran is going to solve them through a joint Committee.
As noted in the Russian foreign Ministry, “the principled position of the Russian side is that all arising during the implementation of the AGREEMENT, the issues should be resolved in the framework of the Joint Commission.” “However, it is better to do this without resorting to emergency measures and not forcing the process of finding solutions to the artificial time pressure”, – said the Agency.
“Despite the difficulties and differences still existing participants of SVPD were able to lose a common language and a common understanding of the uniqueness and the inevitability of the “nuclear deal”. Evidence of this are numerous joint attempts to find ways of AGREEMENT from the crisis and return it to its initially agreed framework”, – said the Russian Ministry.
Moscow “urging our partners not to lose those points”. “It is important to continue to be guided by those high purposes which are specified in the AGREEMENT and UN security Council resolution 2231. Deviation in this regard will inevitably lead to the creation of new obstacles to overcome which the participants of the agreements will have to spend energy. She need to work together for the conservation AGREEMENT, and not for settling political accounts”, – stressed in the foreign Ministry.
Iran and the six international negotiators in July 2015 reached agreement on the settlement of the longstanding problem of the Iranian atom. Months of negotiations concluded with the adoption of a joint comprehensive plan of action (SVPD), which is completely removed from Iran’s previously imposed economic and financial sanctions by the UN security Council, US and EU.
The agreement in particular provided that the arms embargo would be withdrawn from Iran within five years, the supply of arms possible before, but only with the permission of the UN security Council. The deal in its original form lived for three years: in may 2018, the United States announced its unilateral withdrawal from her and the restoration of tougher sanctions against Tehran. However, because of the formal deal came only USA, the rest of the participants must comply with a condition on the abolition of the arms embargo.