Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif briefed Parliament members on the achievements of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) as well as the ongoing developments in the world, particularly the recent coup in Turkey and the terrorist attack in France, a lawmaker said.
According to Mohammad Javad Jamali, a member of the Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, Zarif attended the Sunday morning session of the legislative body to brief parliamentarians on the developments in Turkey and the terrorists attack in Nice, France.
“Zarif offered his views on the openings made available by the nuclear agreement between Tehran and world powers [known as JCPOA],” Jamali noted, as reported by IRNA.
“As regards the military coup in Turkey, the Iranian Foreign Minister condemned the move and said Iran was the first country to denounce the military coup and to underline the position of Turkey’s legal and democratic government.”
“Zarif also condemned the terrorist attack in France and said such incidents were rooted in the discriminatory situation prevalent in the French society,” Jamali went on to say.