Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Tehran and the P5+1 countries are moving towards resolving their differences and reaching a final agreement on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.
The US media have reported that the administration of President Barack Obama is moving to finalize a deal with Iran worth $8.6 million to buy heavy water from Iran.
Larijani said that although the Zionist regime adopted stands hurriedly about the ongoing nuclear talks, a good agreement can be beneficial for the entire world.
Iran’s foreign ministry official, Abbas Araghchi, says that discriminatory policies are to blame for the spread of extremism and violence [in the world].
Underlying Iran’s determination to settle its nuclear dispute with the West, Zarif said the removal of all sanctions is an essential component of any agreement between Iran and P5+1.
Hamid Baidinejad also said that the idea of foreign access to the country’s military sites has never been on the agenda of nuclear negotiations between Iran and P5+1.
If the other side shows “seriousness” in the ongoing negotiations, “an agreement is very likely,” Zarif said in an interview with German magazine Spiegel.
Some political pressure groups are so afraid even of the prospect of an agreement that they resort to unconventional methods, unprecedented in diplomatic history, said Zarif.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and US Secretary of State John Kerry have discussed key issues in New York.
He urged the Western countries and those interacting with Iran to strengthen the foundations of JCPOA through their performance and their measures.