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Anti-Iranian letter of three European countries to the UN Security Council

In a letter to the UN Security Council, three European countries have accused our country of violating this agreement without mentioning the real roots of the current situation of the JCPOA and the unilateral withdrawal of the United States from it.

– International news

According to the international group Tasnim news agency, England, France and Germany in this letter directly They have not threatened Iran to trigger the so-called “trigger mechanism”, but they have noted that Resolution 2231, which was issued to approve the JCPOA, will expire on October 18, 2025.

The European Troika in this letter dated June 3 (June 14) referred to the report of the International Atomic Energy Agency a few weeks ago and claimed that Iran has violated the provisions of the JCPOA agreement by various actions, including the development of its uranium reserves.

In a part of this letter It has been stated: “Iran’s nuclear tensions have caused the JCPOA to be voided and its non-proliferation value reduced.” Meanwhile, Iran’s delegation to the United Nations yesterday rejected the claims made against Iran by three The European country stated that these countries have deliberately ignored the main source of the current situation. However, the Reuters news agency, citing Western diplomats, wrote that the European Troika’s goal is to increase pressure on Iran in the Security and Purchase Council. It’s time for a political solution before they run out of power to restore UN sanctions against Iran by triggering the trigger mechanism.

Daryl Kimball, executive director of the American Arms Control Association, a non-governmental organization, while emphasizing that it is still possible to reach a diplomatic solution, he said that the writing of this letter may be a kind of groundwork for triggering the trigger mechanism against Iran. The UN sanctions mean that they are simply trying to provide legal grounds for the return of sanctions against Iran at some point in the future.” He added: “However, such an option, especially Considering the withdrawal of the United States from the JCPOA, it will probably not push Iran towards cooperation, but will lead to an increase in tensions, including through withdrawal from the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).

For what purpose was the anti-Iranian resolution of the Council of Governors issued?
Iran’s letter to the Security Council regarding the positions of three European countries


Iran in Last day’s letter stated that this country’s decision to adopt corrective measures is fully in accordance with its inherent right according to paragraphs 26 and 36 of the JCPOA in response to the unilateral withdrawal of the United States from this agreement, as well as the failure of three European countries to adhere to their obligations. /p>

Iran’s representative noted in this letter: The purpose of Iran’s decision, which was taken a full year after the illegal withdrawal of the United States and the failure of three European countries to fulfill their obligations to lift sanctions, was very clear; Restoring the balance of mutual obligations and interests under the JCPOA.

The letter also states: The claim that the European Troika has consistently adhered to its JCPOA commitments is false. On the contrary, the three European countries have repeatedly failed to fulfill their obligations under Article 20 of Annex V of the JCPOA. This significant non-compliance still continues.

Iran’s representation in this letter emphasized that the Islamic Republic of Iran continuously fulfills its obligations under the Comprehensive Safeguard Agreements (CSA), including through maximum cooperation with the IAEA. The International Atomic Energy Agency has acted to implement its verification activities in Iran, wrote: Until today, Iran has been under the strongest verification and monitoring activities of the Agency.


© Webangah News Hub has translated this news from the source of Tasnim News Agency
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