Iran's environment should not tainted by sanctions

"During a joint meeting, an exchange of views took place on Kermanshah Municipal Services; I was impressed with the Municipality's deep and developed vision of providing the services to the environment that should be appreciated," the Austrian Ambassador to Iran said.

Iran (IMNA) - Stressing Austria's support for preserving the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on the sidelines of a visit to the Kermanshah's Waste Recycling Site, Stefan Schulz said, "Our efforts, both as a member of the European Union and as an Austrian state, are to support the Iranian people economically and socially, and this support can be a step towards preserving the JCPA."

Pointing to the waste recycling project in Kermanshah province, Stefan Schulz continued, "This project is actually a unique concept in its own kind that should be modeled in recycling processes".

Referring to accompanying the Austrian Trade delegation on the trip, he noted: "We will do our utmost to provide supports of both Austria and the European Union in sustaining this project, as we believe that the environment and its protection should not be affected by sanctions."

Schulz also noted,"launching such a project in Kermanshah city shows the grown-up outlook of Kermanshah municipality and its citizens."

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