Tehran, Aug 22 Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that the US has
Tehran, Aug 22 Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that the US has “no option” to reestablish all the pre-2015 UN sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
Zarif offered the comments in a letter to the pivoting director of the UN Security Council (UNSC), reports Xinhua news organization.
“The Dispute Resolution Mechanism is just open to the genuine JCPOA members,” Zarif said in the letter which was composed on Thursday and made open by the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday.
US authorities have as of late professed to stay a “member” in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) forcibly of UNSC Resolution 2231, with the goal of starting the JCPOA’s Dispute Resolution Mechanism and re-forcing UNSC sanctions on Iran.
Zarif included that the US has abused both the JCPOA and Resolution 2231 by pulling back from it, singularly reimposing sanctions on Iran, “and in any event, rebuffing those conforming to the goal”.
Despite what might be expected, Iran has demonstrated honest intentions in proceeding “full usage” of the JCPOA for “an entire year” after the US withdrawal in 2018 and just applied “medicinal measures” a while later.
Zarif requested that the UNSC keep the US from “singularly and unlawfully manhandling the Dispute Resolution Mechanism”.
Zarif’s announcement comes after France, Germany and the UK said that they won’t bolster the US in trying to reimpose sanctions on Iran.
A year after the US’ one-sided leave, Iran quit actualizing a portion of its duties under the arrangement and set a 60-day cutoff time for the Europeans to enable the Islamic republic to receive the financial rewards of the arrangement.
The two advancements came after the US’ draft goal neglected to get the necessary nine votes in favor at the UN Security Council on August 14 to expand the arms ban against Iran.
Other than the US, just the Dominican Republic cast a ballot for the draft.
China and Russia cast a ballot against the content, and the staying 11 Security Council individuals, including the European partners of the US, avoided.