Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi says the country is optimistic that efforts by other parties to the Iran nuclear deal would bear fruit and save the 2015 agreement.
In his weekly presser on Monday, Qassemi underlined that following the US pullout of the deal, the Islamic Republic of Iran has developed new plans for protecting its interests under the JCPOA.
He underlined that the US is seeking to force Iran into exiting the deal by exerting pressure on the Islamic Republic.
He also described the Iran nuclear deal as strong and added given the internal mechanism of the deal developed by the vigilant Iranian negotiators during their talks with the P5+1 group of countries, the JCPOA remains firm and in place even after the US illegal withdrawal from the deal.
After the US pullout of the deal back in May, the Islamic Republic has launched comprehensive talks with the remaining sides of the JCPOA urging them to guarantee its rights under the deal.
Qassemi said Iran and the European states hold daily contacts with each other on various issues and added the Islamic Republic remains optimistic about the results of efforts by Europe, China and Russia to guarantee Iran’s right demands under the JCPOA.