Iran's Bagheri Kani meets with Qatari dep. FM on JCPOA

TEHRAN, Aug. 13 (MNA) – Top Iranian negotiator in the Vienna talks held a meeting with the visiting Qatari deputy foreign minister Mohammad Al-Khalifi in Tehran on Saturday.

According to a readout of the meeting released by the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in the meeting, the two deputy foreign ministers discussed bilateral issues, the region and international developments.

The Iranian deputy foreign minister, for his part, referred to the crimes committed by the Zionist Israeli regime against the Palestinian nation and stated that killing children has become a norm for the Zionist regime which in turn shows the Zionists' strategic fear of the future.

Emphasizing that child killing is condemned according to every human standard, Bagheri Kani stated, "The Zionists have well understood that the strategic threat against the occupiers in the occupied territories is centered on the emerging generation."

Emphasizing that the Palestinian issue has no expiration date and that Palestine is always the first priority for the Islamic world, the Iranian diplomat stated, "Islamic governments should support the Palestinian nation more than ever before in various fields."

In this meeting, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Qatar, for his part, stressed the growing relations between the government of Qatar and the Islamic Republic of Iran in all areas and highlighted the shared similarities between the two countries.

Meanwhile, according to Iranian media reports, in the Saturday meeting in Tehran, the Qatari deputy foreign minister discussed with Ali Bagheri Kani the latest regional and international developments, particularly the developments with regard to the negotiations between Iran and world powers on returning to the mutual commitments under the Iran nuclear deal or the JCPOA.

After several months of hiatus, the Vienna talks resumed almost two weeks ago while expert-level negotiations have been held between Iran and the P4+1 group of countries.

While Iran has just started reviewing the proposals put forth by the EU in the Vienna talks, Western diplomatic circles doubled down on their propaganda and even set deadlines for Iran to provide a response to the proposals.


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