Russia vows to continue efforts to maintain Iran nuclear deal

MOSCOW, The Russian Federation affirmed Wednesday to keep working to maintain Iran’s nuclear deal, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said.

The Russian Federation would not support the sanctions against Iran and Russia would keep working to develop bilateral cooperation with Iran, the spokeswoman stated.

Zakharova praised the participants in Iran’s nuclear deal and how they are determined to maintain the agreement, Zakharova noted. “We will continue working to that end. The important thing is that Tehran also abides by its obligations, as confirmed by the International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA)”, she said.

On the other hand, the spokeswoman criticized the request of Washington, London, Paris and Berlin to hold a special meeting regarding the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), saying that “dangerous adventure” was directed against Russia and Syria. On the other hand, Zakharova drew attention to the media campaign aimed at intimidating the fans from all over the world and inciting them not to go to Russia to watch the World Football Cup games from 14th of June to 15th of July. The Spokeswoman noted, “there are non-commercial foundations that receive government funding and constantly distributing information materials aimed to persuade fans not to attend the World Cup in Russia”.

Source: Kuwait News Agency

Russia vows to continue efforts to maintain Iran nuclear deal

MOSCOW, The Russian Federation affirmed Wednesday to keep working to maintain Iran’s nuclear deal, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said.

The Russian Federation would not support the sanctions against Iran and Russia would keep working to develop bilateral cooperation with Iran, the spokeswoman stated.

Zakharova praised the participants in Iran’s nuclear deal and how they are determined to maintain the agreement, Zakharova noted. “We will continue working to that end. The important thing is that Tehran also abides by its obligations, as confirmed by the International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA)”, she said.

On the other hand, the spokeswoman criticized the request of Washington, London, Paris and Berlin to hold a special meeting regarding the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), saying that “dangerous adventure” was directed against Russia and Syria. On the other hand, Zakharova drew attention to the media campaign aimed at intimidating the fans from all over the world and inciting them not to go to Russia to watch the World Football Cup games from 14th of June to 15th of July. The Spokeswoman noted, “there are non-commercial foundations that receive government funding and constantly distributing information materials aimed to persuade fans not to attend the World Cup in Russia”.

Source: Kuwait News Agency