Iran’s reaction to the joint declaration of Germany, France and England

Iran’s reaction to Germany, France and England

According to the written statement made by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kenani, Germany, France and England with a joint statement. IranianHe reacted to the criticism of ‘s stance on the International Atomic Energy Agency and claiming that the said stance jeopardized the negotiations.

Kenani said the joint statement was not constructive and “contrary to the goodwill of the three European countries regarding negotiations to lift sanctions”.

Noting that diplomatic interactions and exchange of messages between the negotiating parties and the coordinator of the negotiations continue in order for the negotiations to reach a conclusion, Kenani argued that the negotiations progressed in many stages and that this was the result of Iran’s goodwill, initiatives and ideas.

Calling on the European parties to be careful about the influence of third parties, who have been against the negotiation process from the beginning and are now trying to defeat Iran with all their might, Kenani accused the three European countries of following the Israeli line because of their joint statement.

Kenani stated that these countries will be held responsible if negotiations to revive the nuclear deal fail.

The spokesperson of the Iranian Foreign Ministry advised Germany, France and the UK to “play a more active role in order to provide a solution to end the few remaining disputes, rather than come to the point of destroying the diplomatic process”.

Emphasizing that the politicization of the issue and unfounded accusations against Iran should be avoided, Kenani said that while European countries fully support a regime (Israel) that has hundreds of nuclear warheads and does not adhere to any of the international mechanisms, on the other hand, Iran’s completely peaceful nuclear program is subject to the most comprehensive inspections. He said it was unfortunate that he objected.

Kenani noted that Iran is still willing and ready to conclude the agreement, and believes that an agreement can be reached quickly if the necessary will is present and external pressures are avoided.


In a joint statement, France, Germany and the UK stated that they, along with the other members of the nuclear deal and the United States, have been negotiating with Iran since April 2021 to revive and implement the agreement.

Earlier in August, it was reported that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (COEP) Coordinator, High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy of the European Union, Josep Borrell, presented the final text that would allow Iran to return to its COEP obligations and also lay the groundwork for the US to return to the agreement.

In the statement, it was stated that the coordinator also made changes in the last text submitted to the negotiation, which pushed its boundaries. expressions were used.

The statement noted that Iran’s position conflicted with its legally binding obligations and jeopardized the possibility of reviving the KOEP.

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