Chinese FM urges world to abide by JCPOA

TEHRAN, Jul. 06 (MNA) – Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday that JCPOA is an international multilateral agreement endorsed by the UNSC and everybody should honor its commitments.

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi expressed belief that the Friday meeting between foreign ministers of P4+1 on the Iran deal would surely send a clear signal of solidarity to maintain and implement the Iran nuclear deal, reported Xinhua.

Wang made the remarks on Thursday while responding to a question at a press conference jointly held with Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl.

He stressed that all parties to JCPOA, an international multilateral agreement endorsed by the United Nations Security Council, have obligations to comply with and implement it.

“Failure to maintain and implement the deal would not only affect the Iran nuclear issue itself but also cause serious negative impacts on the functioning of the non-proliferation regime as well as on the situation in the Middle East,” Wang said.

Calling the upcoming meeting as "very timely" and "necessary", Wang said China is willing to work with the European side to continue to make unremitting efforts towards maintaining and implementing the JCPOA.

The Friday meeting in Vienna will convene foreign ministers of Iran, France, Germany, Russia, Britain and China for the first time after the US withdrawal from the agreement.

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