JCPOA opportunity should help Resistance Economy implementation

TEHRAN, May 15 (MNA) – Iran’s Hassan Rouhani has urged opportunities provided by JCPOA be consummated to improve interaction with the world and implementation of Resistance Economy.

President Rouhani addressed on Sunday evening the Conference on JCPOA and Resistance Economy, Opportunities and Capacities held in Tehran to coordinate two important topics in domestic as well as foreign policy. Rouhani’s address was directed to Iran’s foreign envoys and ambassadors to foreign countries.

“JCPOA is highly important since it was the outcome of months of hectic negotiations with six world powers; it is rare if not totally uncommon and few countries had succeeded to manage negotiations in such a grand scale with six powers and hit a modest agreement to avoid other less favorable consequences,” Mr. Rouhani told the meeting. “In foreign policy, a white-and-black view of the situation would serve nothing; refuting baseless claims against the nation was a sophisticated effort and difficult as well and the final outcome was a tour de force in terms of legal and political considerations,” he added.

“With that premise, opportunities created by this feat of excellence should be exploited to improve our interactions with the world; now after JCPOA, an ill-conceived project of Iranophobia has waned, however the campaign fed by terrorism and human rights issues are on the place and which should be faced and tackled,” Rouhani emphasized. “Today, all players of international politics would admit that Iran’s nuclear program complies with the international rules and conventions; economic boom will strengthen the JCPOA, but economic growth requires constructive working with the world through fighting Iranophobia.”

Rouhani believed an outcome of JCPOA had been a more conducive atmosphere for Iran’s trade with the world; “Resistance Economy is both endogenous and exogenous; here, our ambassadors and foreign envoys could play a crucial role in bringing boom and competition to hard-hit economy,” he recommended.

“A wavering and uncompetitive economy would be soon swept aside by world strong economies; an economy which fails in this, will also fail in addressing its domestic issues; the current pressing issues are employment for the young population, a concern the cabinet prioritized once it assumed the position and scored some success in taming the beast of inflation and reduced the pace of devaluation of national currency,” Rouhani accounted as success for his cabinet. “A constructive interaction with the region as well as the world would even accelerate this advancing pace, and we should hasten to receive cutting-edge technologies by transfer deals with great industrial countries.”

“An amount of success provides the hallmark that we have been in the right track of cooperation with the world; however, this would not mean that the parties to JCPOA have been committed to their obligations, but that we should create environment where we require these powers to remain so through due pressures,” Rouhani concluded.




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