With the first anniversary of the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers fast approaching, a bipartisan group of more than 75 politicians, diplomats, military leaders and academics is calling for even closer relations between the US and the Islamic Republic.
Official talks between the Islamic Republic of Iran and G5+1 resumed on Tuesday in Vienna.
Iran says it has no information on the formation of working groups on fixing what the US sees as flaws in the Iranian nuclear deal.
Iranian foreign minister says the Islamic Republic’s policies in the region are pursued without regard to the anti-Iran comments made by others, including the US President Donald Trump.
The negotiations are being pursued within specified frameworks, and nothing is done beyond those frameworks, said Ali Akbar Salehi.
An Iranian MP says the parliamentary motion on nuclear talks does not tie the hands of government and the country’s nuclear negotiating team in adopting tactics.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has described the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers as a leading role model for resolving all problems across the region and the world, regretting that the US is not living up to its commitments under the deal.
AEOI chief, Ali Akbar Salehi, says that Iran has produced high speed centrifuges to be used for its medical centers.
A leading conservative journalist has blamed President Rouhani’s administration for the ‘damages’ Iran sustained after the nuclear deal with world powers, urging that the responsibility for handling the nuclear case should be taken away from the government.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says there was a global support for the JCPOA during the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Summit in China.