The Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council has said that conclusion of a final nuclear agreement will be a strong possibility if the other side takes a logical, non-political approach.
Hossein Kachouyan, a participant at a “Red Line” conference, has rejected a win-win deal between Iran and P5+1, saying that only one winner emerges from the battle between Islam and atheism.
Tehran has blasted a new report released by the International Atomic Energy Agency on Iran, saying rash reporting will tarnish the IAEA image.
The Israeli deputy foreign minister has claimed that if the West accepts Iran's uranium enrichment, other countries may push for the same thing.
Iran has rejected as media propaganda reports that it has agreed to stop injecting gas into its first-generation centrifuges, saying Iran would test the centrifuges whenever it deems necessary.
Russia says it is “fully committed” to the talks between Iran and P5+1 and is doing what it can to help the negotiations end in an agreement.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said sanctions have had no effect on the Iranian nation’s will, adding Tehran seeks to seriously resolve the "artificial crisis" about its nuclear program.
Negotiations in Muscat over the past two days were very useful. However, no headway was made, said Abbas Araghchi.
Iranian MPs have asked for the lifting of all sanctions immediately after the conclusion of a final nuclear deal with P5+1, calling on the nuclear team not to accept any restrictions on enrichment and research activities related to nuclear fuel cycle.
Tehran has blasted the imposition by the European Union of fresh sanctions on some Iranian companies and institutes, saying it contradicts the purpose of the ongoing nuclear talks.