Reopening of PMD case ‘welshing on the JCPOA’

TEHRAN, Dec. 09 (MNA) – The head of Strategic Research Center of the Expediency Council has said a reopening of the PMD case will be considered as ‘welshing’ by the parties to the JCPOA.

Ali Akbar Velayati who was speaking to reporters on Tuesday after his meeting with Syrian minister of finance responded to some questions in brief encounter with the press. On Iran’s possible reaction to raising of the PMD by the western parties to the JCPOA, Velayati said that if they brought forth new claims, it would be unacceptable, and they should act according to obligations made in the JCPOA.  

Velayati then turned to resistance axis where Iran, Syria, and Lebanon united and with the help of Russia, hit some success on the frontlines; “we expect to see even higher success which would strengthen the current authority of the Syrian ruling government on the country and also on its territorial integrity; in my talks with Mr. Hassan Khalil, we discussed bilateral relations in economics and politics; Iran is closely allied to Lebanon in supporting Assad and Syrian people,” he added. “Since the wake of terrorist actions against democratically elected government of Syria, this alliance has displayed excellent coordination during past 4 years; Iran and Lebanon has been head to head in scoring victories in northern and northwestern parts of the country; Iran and Lebanon enjoy strategic relations, having similar positions inn regional issues as well.”

“In Vienna Syrian talks, Iran and Lebanon supported the Syrian government and its people as an example of full coordination,” Velayati told the press.




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