Tehran, December 8 Iranian government spokesman Ali Rabier said in Tehran on the 8th that the comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue was negotiated and signed by all parties five years ago, and there was no need to renegotiate or new members to join the agreement reached in 2015.
In response to questions about Japan and some Gulf countries’ proposal to participate in the renegotiation of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Iran Nuclear Issue at a press conference on the same day, Rabbier said that Iran welcomes Japan’s role as a friend and important partner.
At the same time, Iran believes that the negotiations on this agreement have been concluded, and the only problem now is that the parties should implement the agreement. No.
In July 2015, Iran reached a comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue with the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, China and Germany.
According to the agreement, Iran promised to limit its nuclear program and the international community lifted sanctions against Iran.
The U.S. government unilaterally withdrew from the Iran nuclear agreement in May 2018, and then restarted and added a series of sanctions against Iran. In response, Iran has gradually suspended the implementation of some of the provisions of the agreement since May last year.