Belgrade, March 3, IRNA – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Wednsday called for boosting of all-out ties with Iran to guarantee both countries’ interests.
He made the remarks at a meeting with the heads of Hungary’s diplomatic missions abroad on Monday.
Orban referred to decades-long sanctions against Islamic Republic and said that every opportunity needs to be grabbed to help the Iranians get back to the ‘blood circulation’ of the international society.
The nuclear deal between Iran and world powers was adopted on October 18, 2015, which saw participants begin to take steps to implement their commitments. January 16, 2016 marked Implementation Day of the deal.
The IAEA verified Iran had implemented its key nuclear-related measures described in the JCPOA. As a result of Iran meeting its commitments, the US and the EU have lifted nuclear-related sanctions on Iran, as described in the JCPOA, announced the US Department of State.