A senior member of Iran’s High Council of Supervising the Implementation of the JCPOA recounted that a meeting on US sabotaging the the JCPOA obligations is on the way.
“As the Leader said, the negotiator colleagues did their best at the uppermost of their efforts, but the opposite side, headed by the US, is making trouble,” said Ali Akbar Velayati, a senior member of Iran’s High Council of Supervising the Implementation of the JCPOA on Thursday.
The veteran diplomat, who was the foreign minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran for 16 years, reiterated that the Americans do not make their promises unless under pressure; something that Velayati said he had seen before.
“The Islamic Republic of Iran practiced what was promised in the JCPOA, according to the agreed timeline and even earlier than promised occasions,” Velayati voiced regret, “but the Americans have failed to oblige to the agreement.”
The official told the local media in Tehran that an imminent meeting on US disloyalty to the JCPOA will be held soon in early future.