The Islamic Republic of Iran welcomed a decision by the European Union to scrap a planned resolution criticizing the Islamic republic at a meeting of the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Britain, France, and Germany have decided to introduce a resolution at the IAEA board of governors meeting regarding criticizing Iran’s Nuclear programme.
Iran’s foreign ministry’s spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said that,
“Today’s developments can keep open the path of diplomacy initiated by Iran and the IAEA,”
“Iran hopes the parties participating in the agreement can seize this opportunity, with serious cooperation, to ensure the full implementation of the agreement by all,” he added.
Ahead of the meeting, the Iranian authorities had warned the adoption of such a resolution at the IAEA could harm efforts by it and the international community to save the accord.