All parties determined to honor JCPOA commitments: Araghchi

The first meeting on the implementation of JCPOA was held in a very constructive atmosphere and focused on the annex four and reciprocal commitments, Araghchi said.

Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Abbas Araghchi said Monday in Vienna that all parties honor commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and regular consultations to enforce the deal.

A draft agreement on Arak heavy water reactor is to be finalized and will be made public after the ministers of Iran and P5+1 endorsed it, he said.

On his assessment of the first round of consultations to implement JCPOA, he said the first meeting was held with the aim of reviewing JCPOA with the focus on the annex four and reciprocal commitments.

The two sides agreed to hold consultations every three months and the next meeting is to be held probably in the second half of November, he said.

The first meeting was held in a very constructive atmosphere in which all parties reaffirmed commitments to implementing JCPOA, he added.

The two parties agreed to make preparatory works to implement JCPOA soon, Araghchi said.

Good measures have been taken to modernize Arak reactor, he said.

A declaration was drafted between Iran, China and the US based on which the three parties voiced their willingness to modernize Arak reactor in due time, he said.

Iran and P5+1 are now preparing a draft agreement which should be signed by all parties and after that, work on Arak reactor will get underway.

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