Mohammad Javad Larijani, the Chief of the Iranian Judiciary's Human Rights Council, criticized Washington’s slow implementation of a nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers (JCPOA), and suggested that Iran should not be so fast in fulfilling its obligations.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif sent a reply to a number of US congressmen who had asked for visas to visit Iran, reminding them that members of the Congress do not get to dictate the policies of other sovereign countries.
Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Chief Ali Akbar Salehi stressed that Tehran’s nuclear industry has yet to reach a commercial level, but even its current status surprises other countries.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called on the European parties to the July 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers to seriously address problems hindering foreign banks from trying to work with Iran.
A working group in Iran is preparing a suit to look into the United States’ seizure of Iranian assets, a top Foreign Ministry official said on Sunday May 24.
Iran's Reza Najafi has said that some solutions were found in a meeting between Tehran and the IAEA regarding the existing disputes in the nuclear case.
Despite some weaknesses in the text of JCPOA, Iranian negotiators have done their best to stand up for the rights of the Iranian people and safeguard our national interests, Velayati said.
Alef, a news website, has said that any critique of the Iran nuclear deal should take into account people’s sensitivities and underline the deal’s outcomes for people instead of focusing on the legal connotation of the words.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry says allegations that the negotiating team has struck a secret deal with P5+1are actionable.
The agency has not made any move in violation of its commitments, Behrouz Kamalvandi stated.