Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday that the nuclear deal has been struck by seven states in July 2015 and that a single country must not be allowed to jeopardize the international accord.
Rouhani made the remarks in a meeting with Special Envoy of Russian President on Syria Alexander Lavrentiev.
Noting that all the parties involved have to safeguard the achievements of the deal, the president said that Iran has always been committed to its international promises and the G5+1 member states are also expected to honor their commitments under JCPOA.
President Rouhani said that terrorism posed a big threat to the region and the entire world, calling for collective cooperation of the Iranian and Russian governments to help resore international peace and security.
He underscored that the humanitarian crisis in Syria can be resolved only through respect for the country’s territorial integrity and the right of the Syrian people to determine their own fate.
The Russian official, for his part, briefed the Iranian president about outlook of President Putin on the regional crises and the latest developments in Syria.
Lavrentiev said that President Putin attaches special significance to the existing confidence between Iran and Russia.
He said that Russian stance about Iran nuclear deal is stable and there is no reason to jeopardize the deal.