Kashan, March 2, IRNA – Croatian Foreign Minister Marija Pejčinović Burić has promised that her country and Europe will support the nuclear deal between Iran and the world powers.
The nuclear agreement, signed in 2015, is known as the Common Global Action Plan (CGAP).
“The CGAP is one of the strongest and most important agreements of its kind that has laid the foundation for greater stability and closer cooperation between Iran and the world,” he said. she said Thursday during a meeting with her Iranian counterpart.
Referring to the visit of Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović to Iran in 2016, she said that satisfactory agreements have been signed, adding that the current visit by the Iranian Foreign Minister is an indication of the agreements implemented.
Zarif, for his part, stressed Iran’s resolution to strengthen relations between the two countries, said all agreements reached during the visit should also be implemented.
The two also discussed some important regional and international issues, including the PAGC, the fight against violence, terrorism and extremism around the world, the crises in Syria and Yemen, the current situation in Afghanistan and in the Balkans.
The Iranian minister, at the head of a political-economic delegation, left Tehran on Monday for a visit to four countries in Eastern Europe.
Zarif visited Serbia and Bulgaria and arrived in Zagreb on Wednesday for the third leg of his tour of the Balkans and Eastern Europe, which will also take him to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
A high-level business delegation of economic activists and private and public sector entrepreneurs accompanies Zarif on his four-day tour.