JCPOA still alive!

[An IRIB report about reviewing JCPOA in United Nations.]

Reporter: Day of JCPOA in United Nations. Amano, Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) stood at the tribune of General Assembly and said:

–Iran has been committed to all its obligations in JCPOA. We have had the highest level of inspections from Iran.

Reporter: This, of course, was with the approval of a majority of representatives who were present in the session. From EU representative to representatives from Asia and Southern America, they appreciated Iran’s commitment to JCPOA. Khoshroo, Iran’s ambassador to UN, said in General Assembly that basis of Iran’s being and not being committed is the agency’s reports and others’ claims are worthless and without value. By ‘others’, he meant the U.S. and this recent meeting of Nikki Haley, U.S. ambassador to UN, with Amano. Iran’s ambassador to UN also said that JCPOA is not re-negotiable, and unilateral requests for making Iran’s verification measures permanent are absolutely unacceptable.

Reporter: Khoshroo, Iran’s ambassador to UN, said Iran will remain committed to its obligations in JCPOA, in so far as all parties in JCPOA stay committed to all their obligations.

Kamran Najafzadeh, IRIB news agency, United Nations