Iran’s expectations not met after JCPAO

TEHRAN, Jul. 12 (MNA) – Iranian deputy FM has announced that Iran’s expectations of the JCPOA have not been fully realized which poses demands for further efforts.

Australian Ambassador to Tehran Paul Foley, at the end of his three-year mission in Iran, met and talked with Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Morteza Sarmadi.

During the meeting, Iran’s Sarmadi appreciated the efforts of Paul Foley in line with boosting bilateral ties saying “the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) provided massive opportunities for cooperation between Tehran and Canberra which requires diplomatic measures to overcome barriers and obstacles.”

“Iran’s outlook and prospects for the JCPOA have not been realized completely,” underlined deputy FM calling for greater efforts to this end.

Mr. Foley, the Australian ambassador to Tehran, also stated that he had observed the resolution of a long-lasting difficulty through diplomacy; “more issues will be addressed with the passage of time.”

“Major banks will gradually launch partnership with Iran while small banks have already initiated collaborations with Iranian counterparts,” underlined the official concluding “Australian companies are after participating in Iran’s economic projects hence the opening of the Office of Commercial Affairs at the Australian Embassy in Tehran.”


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