EU’s Mogherini Visits Iran, Vows to Implement Nuclear Deal

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, accompanied by EU foreign policy chief's press conference Federica Mogherini

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, accompanied by EU foreign policy chief’s press conference Federica Mogherini

TEHRAN … News Time

The nuclear agreement with Iran to begin implementation, EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini Iran arrived in Tehran on Tuesday. Syapny Cairo reported that the Iranian government held a working television to highlight the importance of the visit, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif with the European Union’s foreign affairs chief, Federica Mogherini televised news conference. Federica Mogherini the purpose of their trip between Iran and the international community on the nuclear agreement is to ensure better implementation, which will set out the path towards better relations. Federica Mogherini words for the full implementation of the agreement will be the best mechanism by which commercial relations with Europe will be.  My personal role in this process forward is that all parties give full attention to it, and often those things really go ahead.  European Union foreign policy chief stressed that all countries of the region will be the message that their nuclear agreement is excellent, and the confidence, trust and promote cooperation. Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said that Iran has always abided by the agreement and will do the same this time. However, he said the international community; especially the United States for decades to dispel the impression of mistrust must try. He said that Iran is interested in the implementation of the agreement and called on the Western countries and the United States must seek to remove the mistrust, which could open up a new chapter. Federica Mogherini Monday in Riyadh, the Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Jubair met. His first trip to the region was formed. Jubair in the region, Iran’s expansionist manner complained of. Javad Zarif, Iran’s foreign minister has visited several Arab countries, including Kuwait, Iraq and Qatar are included, which gives the impression that the role of Iran in regional relations is looking forward to opening a new chapter.


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