The United Nations and the European Union pushed back against US criticism of Iran and declared Tehran to be in full compliance with its nuclear agreement, praising it for implementing the landmark nuclear deal with six major powers.
European Union on Wednesday confirmed Iran's commitment to nuclear deal and recalled the importance of ensuring the necessary resources for the Agency to carry out its mission of verification and monitoring of Iran’s nuclear-related commitments.
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said the agency continues to verify Iran's fulfillment of its commitments under the landmark nuclear agreement it signed with the P5+1 group of countries in 2015.
French Ambassador in Tehran Francois Senemaud reaffirmed new administration's commitment towards Iran's nuclear with 5+1 Group, saying that France has always pursued logical policy of establishing peace and security in the region and considers the pact in line with this policy.
French Ambassador to Tehran Francois Senemaud underlined that the new government in the European country, which is one of the signatories to the Iran nuclear deal, will honor its commitments under the agreement reached in 2015.
Iran is implementing the deal on its nuclear program agreed with world powers, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said on Tuesday, amid concerns the United States will try to alter the terms.
Iran’s Ambassador to the UN Gholam-Ali Khoshroo has underlined that the multilateral nuclear agreement between the Islamic Republic and the P5+1 group will last only if all sides to the deal comply with their commitments. Khoshroo has made the remarks in response to the US Congress’ vote for extension of a legislation known as the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA), which seems to be contrary to the nuclear accord dubbed the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said, "No country, irrespective of its size or strength, is immune from the impacts of climate change, and no country can afford to tackle the climate challenge alone.”