Published: Fri, May 11, 2018
Global Media | By Jackie Banks

Russian Federation and Iran will continue 'close coordination' on nuclear deal - Moscow

Russian Federation and Iran will continue 'close coordination' on nuclear deal - Moscow

The Russian Foreign Ministry released a statement Thursday following a meeting between diplomatic leaders between Russia and Iran stating they will "continue closely coordinating their efforts" with Iran on the JCPOA.

The Russian foreign Minister assured that held in the night of may 10 incident in the Golan heights is studied in detail by the Russian military. "In fact, we are talking about veiled protectionism, and we are talking about steps that are certainly absolutely contrary to the norms and rules of the World Trade Organization".

The JCPOA came out of years of negotiations between Iran on one side and the P5+1 group of countries - the US, UK, France, Russia and China plus Germany - on the other, in July 2015. France's Airbus signed a $19 billion deal with Iran Air for 100 planes in late 2016, and has already begun delivering aircraft to Iran. This was stated by Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the Expert.

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Earlier in the day, Ryabkov had said that Moscow's "European partners" should also work to keep the deal together.

Lavrov said Russian Federation values Iran's "balanced" position and will hold consultations on the future of the pact with the other signatories. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told state television: "If we can get what we want from a deal without America, then Iran will continue to remain committed to the deal".

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