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President while receiving credentials of the new Polish Ambassador to Tehran:

JCPOA a firm base for broader Iran-Europe cooperation/US miscalculating; if they exit JCPOA, they'll realise their mistake

President Rouhani met with the new Polish Ambassador to Tehran and referred to Poland's position in the EU and its role in coming months as non-permanent member of UNSC, saying: "Staying committed to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) can be a very firm base for establishing broader cooperation between Iran and the European Union, ensuring peace and security in the region and the world".

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Sat 20 - January 2018 - 17:53

President Hassan Rouhani met with the new Ambassador of Poland to Tehran, Jaroslaw Marcin Domanski, on Saturday to receive his letter of credence and said: "Until both sides of the negotiations live up to their commitments, Tehran will do so and we believe that JCPOA's firmness means giving hope to the global community in resolving issues through diplomacy and undermining it in any way damages diplomatic actions".

He added: "Today, except for a couple of countries, the global community supports the JCPOA and, without a doubt, the US government is making miscalculations and if it exits the agreement, it will realise what big political mistake it has made".

Stressing broader relations between Tehran and Warsaw, Dr Rouhani also said: "Developing bilateral ties between Iran and Poland is very important because of the old history of relations and also the potentials in both countries in scientific and economic fields".

"Through facilitating banking relations, we can activate the existing potentials to the best of the interests of the two nations," continued the President.

The new Ambassador of Poland to Tehran, Jaroslaw Marcin Domanski, presented his letter of credence to Dr Rouhani and said: "Poland seeks maintaining and strengthening relations between the two countries based on trust and friendship".

Poland always supports the JCPOA and considers it important in regional peace and stability, he said, adding: "As an important member of the European Union and the non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, Poland will make its best for JCPOA's sustainability in coming months".

On the ample opportunities in the two countries in economic fields, he said: "Polish investors are inclined to invest and cooperate in various economic fields in Iran".

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