Dr. Jalali:

Iranian senior law-maker: JCPOA is a yardstick for putting confidence

Nuclear agreement of 2015 between Iran and 5+1 World Power Countries officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) serves as a good test by which Iran would decide whether it can trust in all other parties to the deal or not, Iranian MP, Dr. Kazem Jalali stated.

Ambassador of Switzerland to Tehran Markus leitner met Dr. Kazem Jalali, Head of the Islamic Parliament Research Center (IPRC) on Sunday, 29 April 2018.
Pointing to the long-lasting friendly relations between Islamic Republic of Iran and Switzerland, Iranian senior law-maker underscored that fortunately, the good way has been paved for the further enhancement of bilateral cooperation particularly, in scientific and academic areas.
Referring to the well-versed academic and research mechanism of the IPRC, he further voiced hope that scientific and research capacities of two countries can be strengthened through sharing their fruitful experiences on educational system.
Underlining the landmark deal could be a starting point for putting confidence in all other parties to the agreement, Iranian Member of Parliamentary Standing Committee on Foreign Policy and National Security slashed out that unfortunately, lack of the commitment of some Western Countries (Member of 5+1 Group) especially US to the nuclear deal has created an unreal as well as distrust atmosphere for our country.
Hailing the research structure and functions of the IPRC as an advisory arm of the Islamic Parliament, Swiss Ambassador to Tehran Markus Leitner for his part, expressed the hope that such function can be implemented in his Parliament through utilizing research–oriented experiences of the IPRC.
Expressed his satisfaction over boosting as well as cementing all-out ties with Islamic Republic of Iran, he highlighted that Switzerland respect Iran nuclear deal as well as it will continue to fully implement all of its commitment to the nuclear agreement.
 

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