No country has right to violate JCPOA: Polish official
Tehran� No country has the right to violate the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) reached between Iran and Group 5+1 (US, Britain, Russia, China, France plus Germany), polish official said.
'The JCPOA agreement is an opportunity for the European countries, in particular Poland, to expand economic relations with Iran and no country has the right to violate the JCPOA agreement unilaterally,' Neurbert Olbrychski, vice president of Iran-Poland parliamentary friendship group said in a meeting with the Chairman of the Iranian Parliament National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi on Saturday.
The Iranian MP, for his part, said that the nuclear agreement created a new opportunity for the elevation of cooperation between Tehran and EU.
Countries that follow the US decisions to enter cooperation with Iran are the main losers of rivalry for entering Iran's market, the lawmaker added.
He called for collective efforts for fighting terrorism, adding that exchange of experience between Iran and Poland can help eradication of terrorism from the region.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency