Senate chief: Ireland, EU resist against violating JCPOA
Tehran, Oct. 3, 2017(IRNA) – President of Irish Senate Denis O'Donovan underlined decisive support of Ireland for JCPOA, and said on Tuesday that Ireland and EU member-states will resist against any violation of JCPOA.
He made the remarks in a meeting with Head of Iran-Ireland parliamentary friendship group Mustafa Kavakebian.
During the meeting, O'Donovan said that exchanging parliamentary delegation between the two countries will pave the way to expand friendly interactions and become more acquainted with each other.
Kavakebian said that Iran expects European Union (EU) to resist against US lack of commitment.
He pointed to growing trend of ties between the two states and said that good and positive relations between Iran and Ireland in different areas are established for long.
The Iranian MP said that development of parliamentary connections is an opportunity for consolidation and strengthening mutual friendly ties and added that the friendship parliamentary group of Iran supports every action to promote mutual relations level.
He said Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is an international agreement between seven countries and the US cannot violate it lonely.
Kavakebian underlined acceleration in reopening Ireland's embassy in Tehran and taking advantage of opportunities in the fields of tourism, academic and agriculture.