• Tue / 8 September 2020 / 14:33
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Iran, New Zealand hold 7th meeting of Joint Cooperation Commission

Iran, New Zealand hold 7th meeting of Joint Cooperation Commission

Tehran (ISNA) - High-ranking diplomats from Iran and New Zealand have held the seventh meeting of the Joint Commission on Political-Economic Cooperation via videoconference.

In the webinar, co-chaired by Iranian deputy Foreign Minister Seyyed Abbas Araghchi and his New Zealand counterpart, various topics were discussed, including bilateral political and economic issues, the sanctions, the latest developments surrounding the JCPOA, sharing of experiences in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic, and the stances of the two countries on the regional and international issues.

In the videoconference, the Iranian deputy foreign minister commended the New Zealand government for supporting the JCPOA, and welcomed New Zealand’s membership in the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Board of Governors.

Araghchi also expressed Iran’s readiness to maintain and enhance the trade ties with New Zealand with new mechanisms in a situation affected by the sanctions and the coronavirus outbreak.

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