France, Britain and Germany, known as E3, told the UN Security Council on Friday that UN sanctions relief for Iran – agreed under a 2015 nuclear deal – would continue beyond September 20, when the United States asserts that all the measures should be reimposed.
Britain, France and Germany, the three European signatories to a multilateral 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, hailed Tehran’s encouraging statements on its intention to further strengthen its cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Iran’s permanent representative to Vienna-based international organizations said the Islamic Republic has the most transparent nuclear program among member states of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), as proven through numerous inspections of the country’s nuclear sites by the UN agency.
Assistant Foreign Minister of China Deng Li in a meeting with Iran’s Ambassador in Beijing Mohammad Kehsavarz-Zadeh voiced his country's interest in sustainable expansion of ties with Iran in all fields.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani congratulated Yoshihide Suga on his election as Japan's new prime minister, expressing hope for the development of friendly ties between Tehran and Tokyo in all fields.