Enrique Mora, Deputy Director of the EU Action Service, who is in Tehran to discuss bilateral relations, regional issues, including developments in Afghanistan and Yemen, as well as talks on lifting sanctions, met with Ali Bagheri, Deputy Foreign Minister.
“If there is real intention on the part of the other sides and all of them return to their commitments, Iran will return to its commitments as well,” Amir Abdollahian told reporters
Biden's claim that all countries are trying to implement the Additional Protocol is more like a bitter joke because the United States itself is the biggest violator of IAEA laws and the cause of the nuclear crisis in the world.
If the logic of any negotiation and agreement requires, Iran wants to act against the action and verify the commitments of the West, so the task of Europe and the United States is quite clear and that no agreement is possible except by changing hostile behavior, fulfilling obligations and accepting the inalienable rights of the Iranian people.
Hossein Amirabdollahian and the European Union foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, held a meeting on the sidelines of the 76th session of the UN General Assembly in New York on Tuesday to discuss various issues, including the JCPOA revival and the developments in Afghanistan.
Grossi's visit to Tehran, contrary to some media outlets, did not contradict the law of the Islamic Consultative Assembly (Iran Parliament) and the issue of temporarily suspending the implementation of the Additional Protocol, and only provided an opportunity to understand the country's new approach to the IAEA and the need for the IAEA not to deviate from technical-legal relations.
Joint Statement by the Vice-President and the Head of Atomic Energy Organization of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency
According to NOURNEWS, contrary to some Western media speculation that an anti-Iran resolution may be issued at the next meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors, such an issue is not on the agenda.
The visit of the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency to Iran has nothing to do with the restrictions imposed on the Agency for access to the images of the cameras of nuclear power plants.
Existing facts show that the US government, due to the failure of its military-security strategies in the region and its expulsion from Afghanistan and pressure in Iraq, not only does not have the means to defend the Zionist regime's terrorist and chaotic policies in the region, but now in unprecedented circumstances, it has faced fragile problems and challenges, even for a safe escape from the region.