Reuters Dalati Nohra
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reiterated the “impermissibility of re-discussion” of the agreement on Iran’s nuclear program, which was reached in 2015.
On Thursday, Zarif wrote on Twitter, “It is not possible to re-discuss the nuclear agreement and point on the line.”
JCPOA cannot be renegotiated — period.
If 2021 is not 2015, it’s not 1945 either. So let’s change UN Charter & remove the veto — so often abused by US.
Let’s stop posturing — which we both did 2003-2012 to no avail— & get down to implementing JCPOA — which we both actually signed on to.
– Javad Zarif (@JZarif) March 4, 2021
He added, “And if 2021 is different from 2015, then it differs from 1945 as well. Therefore, let us change the United Nations Charter and delete the veto power that is often used by the United States.”
Zarif reiterated the call to implement “what was signed” in the nuclear agreement.
It is noteworthy that the United States has expressed its desire to discuss a number of other files, such as Iran’s activity in the region and its ballistic missile program, as a condition for returning to the nuclear agreement.
For his part, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani stressed that it is not possible to delete any item from the nuclear agreement or add new articles to it.