According to Sputnik, the meeting of the Joint Commission on Brigades was held in Vienna on December 15, 1398. According to Birjam, the Joint Commission is responsible for overseeing the implementation of this agreement.
The meeting was chaired by Helga Schmidt, on behalf of the High Representative of the European Union, with the participation of China, France, Germany, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and the Islamic Republic of Iran at the level of Deputy Foreign Ministers / Political Directors.
The meeting was held in critical conditions. Members acknowledged Iran's commitment to its commitments within 14 months of the unfortunate withdrawal of US sanctions and the imposition of sanctions that prevented Iran from fully enjoying the benefits of sanctions relief. Members noted that branding is a multilateral achievement and is a key element of the global nonproliferation structure. In this regard, serious concerns were expressed about some developments, including Iran's steps toward the following nuclear commitments.
All members emphasized the key importance of full and effective implementation of the agreement by all parties and their determination to pursue efforts to maintain agreement. Accordingly, and in line with the Joint Statement of the Foreign Ministers of the Brjams meeting in New York in September, the other Members, while emphasizing the importance of safeguarding Iran's economic interests deriving from the Brjams, strongly urged Iran to take all necessary steps to fully implement its nuclear commitments and non-compliance. Resonators were encouraged in this regard.
The Members reaffirmed and supported the key role of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) as an institution overseeing the verification of Iran's nuclear commitments pursuant to UN Security Council Resolution 2231.
The members reaffirmed their collective responsibility to continue key nonproliferation projects that are an essential part of the plan. They welcomed the continued efforts of the Arak Working Group and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, England and China, to advance the modernization of the Arak plant.
They have taken note of recent developments at the Fordow facility and stated their strong support for Russia's efforts to continue implementing the stable isotopes project.
Members welcomed the decision by Belgian, Danish, Finnish, Dutch, Swedish and Norwegian governments to join Intex, as well as the prospect of its opening to third-party economic activists. Intex's goal is to facilitate legal trade with Iran to support the needs of the Iranian people.
Members reiterated their appreciation for recent diplomatic efforts to reduce tensions. They emphasized the need to show sufficient flexibility on the part of all stakeholders in order to bring these efforts to fruition.
In this context, the members discussed the need to address the serious challenges associated with the implementation of the Brjam within the Brjam itself.