Iranian Foreign Minister Mohamed Džavad Zarif will visit Brussels on Thursday to discuss the nuclear agreement reached by the Islamic Republic with the leaders of the British, French and German diplomats and the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, the EU Foreign Service announced on Tuesday.
According to the official announcement, the meeting convened by the High Representative, Federica Mogherini, is to continue to ensure the full implementation of the atomic war.
The topic of the meeting with Boris Johnson, the German Foreign Minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian, and the German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel, is the subject of the agreement in question, but it is expected that this week, the Iranian mass graves will be heard. The EU has been criticized in recent days for failing to clearly and unequivocally condemn the Iranian authorities’ action against demonstrators.
US President Donald Trump earlier stated that it was necessary to re-negotiate or renounce the agreement between Iran and the United States, five permanent members of the United Nations and Germany, in the summer of 2015, in which Tehran made a promise to limit its nuclear program in exchange for the phasing-out of economic sanctions against them. Trump decided in the autumn not to validate the implementation of the agreement, and this put the question to the congress.
However, according to the European Union, it is unnecessary to renegotiate the contract as it provides adequate guarantees and hopes that it has hitherto fulfilled its hopes. Mogherini thinks that the US withdrawal would be counterproductive.