Iranian Foreign Ministry: Europe has not fulfilled its promises on the nuclear agreement
22:27 - 09/01/2019
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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has confirmed that Europe has not fulfilled its verbal promises of a nuclear deal with Iran.
Zarif said during his visit to New Delhi on India's stance on US pressure on Tehran over its relations with Tehran. India has taken a principled stance and declared that it would follow the embargo if it were issued by the United Nations and would not follow the unilateral ban.
He added that political and economic pressure on others to break international laws would harm the forces that exerted these pressures.
"Our relations are not limited to economic issues, but we have common security and regional concerns, including Afghanistan and the Gulf region. This is one of the reasons for my visit. We also have many areas of common interests with India," he said.
Zarif said the European measures, which were supposed to take place in the context of their interests in the nuclear deal, as well as UN Security Council Resolution 2331, have not yet been achieved because of US pressure.
"The Europeans have made oral promises, but unfortunately these promises have not been realized on the ground, but of course we are moving forward with other countries, especially with regard to our relations with our traditional partners; neighboring countries Iraq, Afghanistan, Turkey, Russia, China, India and other Asian countries. End 25 n