Defense minister: US seeks to deprive Iran of JCPOA's privileges
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran, April 5, IRNA -- Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami said on Thursday that the US government is to deprive Iran of JCPOA's incentives with resort to unfounded allegations having roots in its non-commitment to international accords.
He made the remarks in a meeting with Serbian Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin on the sidelines of the seventh security conference in Moscow.
Iran expects the international community to put pressure on the US for its disloyalty and violation of its commitments, said the Iranian defense minister.
There is no doubt that Iran's friends round the globe pay no heeds to the US disloyalty, he said.
He also expressed the hope to witness further expansion of political and economic cooperation between Iran and Serbia.
Iran is determined to expand military and defensive cooperation in line with other sectors, he said.
Iran's principal policy is based on maintaining countries' territorial integrities based on international rules and regulations, he said.
Iran believes that defensive cooperation between Iran and Serbia will help bolster regional stability and security, said the Iranian minister.
He also expressed the hope to witness further expansion of technical and military cooperation between the two countries in the future through signing relative MoU's.
Serbian defense minister called the two sides' relations 'very good' and praised Iran's policy in restoring regional security and stability.
Serbia welcomes expansion of defensive and military cooperation with Iran and expressed the hope to witness further growth in political and defensive cooperation in the future.
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