The future of the 2015 agreement on the Iranian nuclear program will be held in Brussels next Tuesday, according to Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, three EU countries signing the agreement and Iran’s foreign minister, said the European Union’s Foreign Service on Friday.
Mogherini has already stated on Tuesday: the European Union remains committed to maintaining a nuclear agreement with Iran. The High Representative has pressed the other members of the international community to maintain the multilateral treaty signed in 2015, which is key to the security of the Middle East, Europe and the world, despite the withdrawal of the United States.
He pointed out that during the inspections of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in recent years, he reaffirmed that the Islamic Republic fulfilled its commitments and added that as long as it remains, the European Union persists in full implementation of the agreement.
Iran agreed in 2015 on EU mediation with the United States, Britain, France, China, Russia, Germany to limit its nuclear program for at least ten years in return for a phase-out of most of the sanctions against it. Donald Trump has repeatedly attacked him during his election campaign, and on Tuesday he finally announced his country’s exit from the treaty, saying it could not prevent Tehran from developing nuclear weapons. It also signed a decree on restoring US sanctions against Iran.