Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi has briefed parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee on recent nuclear talks.
Salehi has refuted media speculations that Tehran would transfer part of its uranium stockpile to Russia as part of a final nuclear deal.
A member of parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Committee says Iran should walk out of nuclear talks if they are dragged into a third stage.
President Rouhani reiterated that his administration will continue to safeguard the rights of the Iranian nation and the national interests and is not afraid of facing criticism.
Iran has refuted IAEA accusations about the possible military dimensions of its nuclear energy program.
“In the path of constructive interaction with the world, we will get the nuclear issue to a conclusion,” said President Rouhani.
The Iranian foreign minister says Tehran and P5+1 are very close to finalizing the framework of a final deal.
A telephone poll by the official news agency IRNA reveals how Iranians view the outcome of nuclear talks.
The Supreme Leader’s advisor has said that opposition to nuclear talks make no sense now that the Leader has confirmed the negotiations and their extension.
Asadollah Asgar-Oladi, a business magnate, says the Iranian economy has learned how to skirt the sanctions and its future should not be tied to the success of nuclear talks.