Ulyanov called the inclusion of off-topic issues in the nuclear deal talks the fault of the United States
VIENNA, 25 November – RIA Novosti. Mikhail Ulyanov, the permanent representative of the Russian Federation to international organizations in Vienna, said in an interview with RIA Novosti that the United States made a fundamental mistake by bringing the issue of alleged Russian arms supplies from Iran to the nuclear deal negotiations.
“In this case, such an approach seems to be a fundamental mistake – the JCPOA has concluded because it was decided to focus only on nuclear issues and not include irrelevant issues in this difficult, laborious process that cannot be effectively addressed in the negotiations on nuclear energy atom. And this principle is the nuclear atom. “It is still being observed in the Vienna negotiations on the re-establishment of the agreement,” he said.
Western countries claim that Iran is currently supplying UAVs to Russia for military operations in Ukraine. Moscow and Tehran have denied such accusations. Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian said that Tehran supplied drones to the Russian Federation a few months before the start of a special operation in Ukraine. He also stated that Tehran could not meet with Kyiv about the UAV due to the absence of the Ukrainian side.
Iran’s Special Representative to the UN, Amir Saeed Irvani, previously told reporters, categorically denies allegations that Tehran has transferred drones to Russia for use in the conflict in Ukraine. Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani denied the newly emerged information in the American media that Iranian weapons were supplied to the Russian side for use in hostilities in Ukraine. The official representative of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova, stated that the issue of Russia’s purchase of warplanes from Iran was artificially brought to the American media.
Western countries accuse Russia and Iran of collaborating on the supply of drones to camouflage their failure to implement the Iran nuclear deal, but their hysteria indicates that a painful thought process continues in the US and EU about the future of the Joint Comprehensive Plan. Russian Federation Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Vershinin had previously spoken about the Action Report on Iran’s nuclear program in an interview with RIA Novosti. He stressed that the accusations of Western countries about such deliveries are unfounded, with this they are trying to justify their own illegal supply of weapons to Kiev.
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