Iran to react strongly if West fails to abide by N-deal

TEHRAN, Aug. 16 (MNA) – Head of JCPOA Follow-up Committee Araghchi said Iran would react strongly if the West failed to hold up its end of the deal in regard to Iran’s nuclear agreement.

Abbas Araghchi, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister and Head of JCPOA Follow-up Committee, said a joint commission is currently following up on all instances of Western non-compliance with the implementation of the nuclear deal.

“There have been certain flaws on the part of the Western side in the implementation of the JCPOA, which have been raised and followed up in the joint commission,” Araghchi said, adding “many of these flaws have been resolved, including the ones regarding the insurance, banking transactions and financial affairs.”

Araghchi stressed that some of the issues required time to be settled while some others needed new regulations to be defined by the other side; “all of these issues are being resolved one by one, although there are still some hesitance and negligence from the other side.”

“We will react strongly to any failure of the West in complying with the JCPOA and will remind the other side of its responsibilities,” he said.

He further noted that the Vice Presidency for Legal Affairs is in charge of pursuing the case on the US seizure of $2 billion Iranian assets, adding the office has referred a complaint to the International Court of Justice.

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