• Tue / 30 November 2021 / 11:15
  • Category: Politics
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Iran to continue its technical cooperation with IAEA: Iran FM

Iran to continue its technical cooperation with IAEA: Iran FM

Tehran (ISNA) - Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and UN Secretary General António Guterres have held talks over the phone about regional and international issues including the developments in Afghanistan and the nuclear talks in Vienna.

Amir-Abdollahian reiterated in the telephone call that despite the violation and inaction of the US and the European troika, Tehran has attended the Vienna talks in good faith and is trying to reach a good agreement.

The Iranian foreign minister enumerated the characteristics of a good deal, saying the other side must return to full compliance with its obligations under the JCPOA.

He said in that case, the Islamic Republic of Iran will reverse its remedial measures. Amir Abdollahian added that the key point is that any resulting deal must be effectively verifiable.

The top Iranian diplomat went on to refer to the constructive and progressing talks between the director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran and Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency Rafael Grossi, saying Tehran will continue its technical cooperation with the IAEA.

Regarding the 6 previous rounds of talks, Amir Abdollahian pointed out, “We will not ignore the negotiations, but as a new administration, we reserve the right to review the disputed issues and discuss them in light of our own considerations”.

Antonio Guterres, for his part, welcomed the start of the new round of talks and threw his full support behind the full revival of the JCPOA, expressing hope that the talks will produce results.

Guterres also described Iran’s demand for verification of the removal of sanctions as reasonable.

The UN secretary general said it is necessary that all sides make efforts to take confidence-building measures and reaffirmed the UN’s full support.

Amir-Abdollahian also spoke with the UN chief regarding the Afghanistan issues.

Amir-Abdollahian underlined the need for the formation of an inclusive government in Afghanistan and described the dangerous humanitarian situation on the eve of the cold season as worrisome.

He cited the existence of the refugee crisis, the freezing of the Afghan financial resources, and Daesh’s acts of terrorism as crisis factors in Afghanistan.

António Guterres voiced concern over the profound crisis, particularly the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan and underlined the necessity of a cash injection into the economy of the country.

The UN chief said the UN is making an effort to set up an international monetary fund with the help of the World Bank and several countries with the aim of creating a mechanism for cash injection into the Afghan economy despite the sanctions.

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