April 7th local time, Iranian President Rouhani said at a cabinet meeting that the existing signatories to the Iran nuclear agreement agreed after the Vienna meeting on the 6th that the Iranian nuclear agreement was the best choice and that the agreement should be fully implemented. He said that the meeting was a great success for Iran.
The signatories of the agreement agree that there is no better option than the comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue, and there is no other way out but to fully implement the agreement. In my opinion, the Vienna Conference was a great success for Iran.
Rouhani said that the U.S. government has never been so isolated as it is now. Neither the United Nations Security Council nor in the face of international public opinion, nor even its European allies have chosen to stand with it.
Rouhani said that in the past three years, the United States has imposed the harshest sanctions on Iran. Despite great pressure, Iran’s economy has not been crushed. Now, the United States has realized the failure of its “extreme pressure” policy and will resume its promise of the Iran nuclear agreement, which is a kind of “regret” of the United States in Iran’s view, but Iran will also test its real ideas based on its actual actions.
The meeting of the Joint Committee on Comprehensive Agreement on the Nuclear Issue of Iran held an entity meeting at the level of the Political Director-General in Vienna, Austria on the 6th. U.S. President’s Special Envoy for Iran Affairs Mali also led a delegation to Vienna, but did not attend the meeting. EU representatives communicated the views of the United States and Iran through “shuttle diplomacy”.
After the meeting, Aragzi, the head of the Iranian delegation, said that this round of meetings was constructive and that an expert meeting would be held on the 9th. According to the relevant agreement, members of the Board will hold two expert meetings to discuss nuclear technology issues and sanctions issues, and report the results to the Board.
Mora, Deputy Secretary-General of the European Union External Action Agency, who presided over the meeting, also said on the 6th that the meeting was constructive. He will maximize the use of diplomatic space to bring the Iran nuclear agreement back on track. U.S. State Department spokesman Price said on the same day that the indirect talks between the United States and Iran in Vienna on that day were a constructive step towards the two sides to resume compliance with the Iran nuclear agreement.