EU committed to the JCPOA: EU officials

TEHRAN, May 20 (MNA) – Iranian, British, and EU bankers and officials convened at Hotel Intercontinental of London on Thursday and discussed the ways to restore Iran-West banking relations to the normal status.

“London is ready to fully conform to the commitments regulated in the JCPOA,” said Damian Hinds, the Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury of the UK, before the Iran conference of Euromoney at London’s Hotel Intercontinental on Thursday.

The official made the comment on the venue of the Euromoney one-day conference in London titled, “Iran: Reconnecting with the International Financial Community,” where Iranian and European officials discussed the ways to fully implement the economic aspects of the nuclear deal of Iran and 5+1, dubbed as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which was signed by the FMs of Iran, EU, and 5+1 on July 14,2015, in Vienna and was officially put into action in February 2016.

“The EU is fully committed to realization of the JCPOA, and will do its best to remove the barriers,” said Gerry Regan, deputy head of the sanctions policy division with the European Union's diplomatic service, at the same event.

The Governor of Central Bank of Iran (CBI), Valiollah Seif, urged the Western parties to remain committed to their pledges under a nuclear deal and called for immediate removal of all barriers ahead of Iranian banks in returning to the normal status of prior-to-2011-sanctions era.





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