Iran, Russia convergence in implementation of JCPOA outcomes of talks
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Moscow, Feb 8, IRNA -- Deputy Foreign Ministers of Iran and Russia Abbas Araqchi and Sergei Ryabkov in their Wednesday meeting underlined continuation of convergence between the two countries in implementation of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) to the final point.
Senior nuclear negotiators of Iran and Russia in their three-hour discussions, held in Moscow on Wednesday, called importance of continuation of implementation of JCPOA and necessity to practice signatories commitments.
Ryabkov said that JCPOA was the main topics of our discussion, as a factor to stabilize international relations.
Araqchi said that different grounds for cooperation to continue implementation of JCPOA were discussed.
Iran's Ambassador to Moscow Mehdi Sanaeei was also present in the meeting.
Deputy Foreign Minister for legal and international affairs Abbas Araqchi said that exchanging views, interaction and convergence against challenges and regional problems and expansion of consultations between Russia and Iran are welcomed by us.
Abbas Araqchi arrived in Moscow on Wednesday morning to negotiate with his Russian counterpart on JCPOA and bilateral relations.
Russia, China, France and Britain are four permanent members of the UN Security Council accompany with European Union and Germany have repeatedly underlined that JCPOA is an international document, which confirmed by the UNSC and is enforceable .
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