Iran Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the Islamic Republic is now certain that the rest of the world will not follow US in exerting pressure against the Islamic Republic and has, in fact, taken a stand against Washington’s policies.
Speaking to reporters on Friday following the Joint Commission meeting in Vienna, Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif said the meeting was a “step forward” and resulted in “good agreements” made with the three European countries, as well as China and Russia as the five remaining sides to the nuclear deal.
“Today, the international community is certain that the JCPOA will continue to be implemented judging by the will displayed by the remaining sides to the agreement,” Zarif said.
He went on to add, “foreign companies will continue to do business with Iran with support from their respective countries, and the countries are ready to facilitate banking transactions for the companies cooperating with Iran.”
Zarif maintained that the Joint Commission’s meeting in Vienna had an important message for the world’s economy, that the rest of the world are taking a stand against US’ decision to exert pressure on Iran.
“By relying on domestic capabilities and using international capacities, we will be able to proceed on the path of economic growth for our country,” he added.
Source: Mehr News Agency