Chairman of Iran's Parliament National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi made the remark in a meeting with Norbert Abreski, the deputy chairman of the Poland-Iran Parliamentary Friendship Group in the Polish Parliament, MNA reported.
On the history of good relations between Iran and Poland, Boroujerdi said that the existence of a positive historical mentality between the two nations and the suitable economic, political and cultural capacities between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Poland, provide a great platform for the expansion of relations between the two countries adding that the two parliaments can enhance the relations.
He pointed to the EU's opposition to the unreasonable words of the US president regarding the nuclear agreement and noted, “The nuclear deal has created a new space for EU cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran, and countries that are waiting for US decisions are the main losers in the international trade and competition market.”
Norbert Abreski declared that the nuclear deal has provided a good opportunity for European countries including Poland to expand their economic relations with Iran and no country has the right to break its commitments in the deal.
The deputy chairman of the Poland-Iran Parliamentary Friendship Group in the Polish parliament concluded that the two countries’ Parliaments can encourage the private sectors in the two countries to cooperate more in the future.