Iran Foreign Minister to visit Pakistan tomorrow for talks after US threats. Mohammad Javad Zarif has visited China, India, Japan and Turkmenistan to discuss tension created by US administration.
Most importantly, Zarif will discuss with his Pakistani counterpart the latest international and regional developments.
In Islamabad, the Iranian foreign minister will also follow up the process of implementation of bilateral agreements with Pakistan.
The US government has adopted measures to create tension in the region while Iran reiterates commitment to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
The UN Security Council Resolution 2231 endorsed the JCPOA but US unilaterally withdrew from this multi-party international agreement.
Javad Zarif will discuss with his Pakistani counterpart the latest international and regional developments.
About a week ago, Zarif visited Turkmenistan, India, Japan and China and held talks with top officials of the four Asian countries on the Iran reduced commitments to the July 2015 nuclear deal from which the United Stated withdrew unilaterally a year ago.
That led Iran to take reciprocal measure based on Articles 26 and 36 of the JCPOA.
On May 8, 2019, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that JCPOA needs surgery. He made clear Iran had never been the first to violate the commitments or to wage war.
But, at the same time, he vowed that Iran never capitulate to the bullying and would not do so.
Furthermore, he warned that Iran would certainly give appropriate response to any kind of aggression.
Rouhani made this statement at the first anniversary of the US unilateral exit from the international nuclear deal.
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