IRNA – Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for political affairs Abbas Araqchi said on Monday that the stands adopted by Europe with regards to Iran and the JCPOA are not enough and they should adopt practical stands to this end.
Araqchi made the remarks in a meeting with Romanian ambassador to Tehran Adrian Kozjacski.
On the eve of resumption of Romanian rotating chairmanship at European Union, Araqchi welcomed Europe stands with regard to Iran and the JCPOA and underlined that these stands now suffice and they should adopt more practical approaches in this regard.
Europe is committed to maintain the JCPOA and is also to explore avenues to guarantee and protect Iran’s economic interests guaranteed by the JCPOA.
Romania is to do its utmost to help broaden relations and cooperation between Iran and Europe during its chairmanship, he said.