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The press conference in Tehran, President Rouhani: Some reforms necessary in Syria

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The press conference is underway in Tehran with over 200 local and international press covering the event. The press conference comes ahead of the presidential elections, scheduled to be held on May 19th. Rouhani is the incumbent candidate. The President commenced the press conference by hailing his administration’s various achievments including higher payments, better conditions for farmers, increase of trade balance from – 8.1 at the start of his government to – 2.6 this year, increase of agriculture products and foodstuff from 97 million tons in 2013 to in 95 118,000m tons in 2016, better healthcare and environmental conditions, and more progress in technology, especially in the field of nuclear technology after the implementation of the JCPOA. To The Wall Street Journal’s question on Iran’s next move after the US missile attack in Syria, and what measures Iran and Russia have agreed upon in regard to the Syrian conflict following the US attack, President Rouhani stressed that Iran still believes the only viable solution to end the crisis in Syria is a political approach and the progress of peace talks. He expressed regret that the US attack had hurt the process of Syrian peace talks and aided terrorists into thinking they had now an upper hand during the negotiations. President Rouhani noted that Iran-Russia-Turkey cooperation is focused on the success of Astana peace talks, while Iran-Russia-Syria cooperation is concerned with fighting terrorism on the ground; “During my recent visit to Moscow as well the telephone conversation with President Putin, we agreed on more coordination about the operations in Syria”, he added.

A top priority for Iran’s Foreign Ministry is JCPOA, a nuclear agreement between Iran and the Group 5+1

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A top priority for Iran’s Foreign Ministry is to make the most of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) to achieve the country’s economic purposes in the context of the Resistance Economy grand plan, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif announced. He underlined that the JCPOA, a nuclear agreement between Iran and the Group 5+1 (Russia, China, the US, Britain, France and Germany), should be implemented in such a way to work towards the economic goals of Iran in the current year.

Russian lawmaker urges U.S. to comply with nuclear deal

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Igor Morozov, a member of the Federation Council’s (upper house) International Affairs Committee has declared his firm convinction on the importance of the observation of the treaties, as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), commonly called the nuclear deal. He also added that Tehran is quite right in accusing the U.S. of stalling the implementation of the nuclear deal, even if Iran should improve his countermeasures for America and recreating a system of defense and alliance with the partners.

Iran will not allow the JCPOA agreement to be renegotiated

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Tillerson said on Wednesday he would recommend a “full review” of the nuclear deal with Iran but he did not call for an outright rejection of the 2015 accord. In reply, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for American and European Affairs Majid Takht Ravanchi told reporters in Tehran on Friday that Iran “has many times reiterated that the JCPOA dossier will not open again at any rate.”
Iran will not allow the agreement to be renegotiated and this is the stance of all other member states to the Group 5+1.

New session of the JCPOA joint commission focuses on Iran’s complaint about the US government’s conduct

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Austria is playing host to another session of the JCPOA joint commission to discuss various issues, with the focus on Iran’s complaint about the US government’s conduct. Russia has announced that the joint commission will discuss various issues about implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), including the US move to extend the anti-Iran sanctions.The meeting will be co-chaired by Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Abbas Araqchi and EU’s Deputy Foreign Policy Chief Helga Maria Schmid.

Iranian Deputy FM says Iran will not tolerate JCPOA breaches by another country

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“We will by no means tolerate it that a country breaches its undertakings regarding the JCPOA under various pretexts,” has said the Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Abbas Araqchi dismissed putting up with violations of the JCPOA commitments by a certain party to the nuclear deal.The Iranian official said that is why Tehran has called for a meeting of the JCPOA joint commission in Vienna to consider Iran’s complaint over a recent US congressional bill extending the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA). The upcoming commission will be held in the Austrian capital on Tuesday, after Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in December sent a letter to EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini, coordinator of the JCPO, calling for a session to address the recent US congressional bill.

Trump’s desire to back out from JCPOA is a violation of international law

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Alexander Azadgan,a multi-awarded professor of Strategic Global Management & International Political Economy, said in an interview with the Tasnim News Agency: “This was an agreement between Tehran and Washington plus five other superpowers. So Mr. Trump, you know, by expressing such a fanatical desire to want to back out of this deal, would be (acting) in violation of international law,” for him nothing has been implemented yet but even a rhetoric level that Mr. Trump has exhibited is very dangerous. The situation is complicated “Now, Russia and China have clearly been Iran’s allies throughout this whole process or procedure and on the other hand we have these two nations of Britain and France who have been playing a very corrosive role in the Middle East and their ships always sail in the same direction as Washington.”

Teheran’s Provisional Friday Prayers Leader criticized Washington for its moves against JCPOA

Tehran’s Provisional Friday Prayers Leader Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami attacked Washington for its moves against the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) describing the US and other hegemonic powers as “not trustworthy”. Iran has to respond to USA. The cleric said experience has shown that the hegemonic powers do not know anything about logic and ethics either.

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