Iran to continue reducing obligations to 2015 JCPOA until demands not met: Foreign Ministry

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Tehran, July 29: Iranian foreign ministry has on Sunday said the nation will continue to deduct its obligations to the landmark international Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) inked with the world powers if Tehran’s demands are not met.

Iranian deputy foreign minister Seyed Abbas Araghchi was quoted by Sputnik on Sunday as saying: “I stress that we will continue to reduce our commitments until Iran’s demand are met.”

His comments came some hours after the envoys of Iran, the United Kingdom, Germany, China, Russia, and France held a meeting on Sunday in Vienna city, Australia’s capital, to discuss and pave ways to secure the landmark 2015 International Nuclear Forces (INF) deal, officially knows as JCPOA.

After the concluding the meeting, Aragchi termed the discussions held as “constructive” to end the escalation of Iran and the United States spat over the INF treaty, according to ANI news reports.

 

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