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.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iran resolutely seeks a final deal with P5+1, adding such a deal should protect Iran's nuclear rights.
Alaeddin Boroujerdi, an Iranian MP, weighs in on different aspects of Iran’s nuclear program prior to a November 24 deadline.
Iran has not breached the terms of the November 2013 interim nuclear deal.
Nuclear talks will focus on the level and capacity of uranium enrichment; Iran will carry on enrichment as it was agreed on by both sides.
Iran's Mohammad Javad Zarif says that sanctions against Iran have not produced good results for the imposing countries.
Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani hopes Iran and P5+1 could reach an agreement, saying it could solve the outstanding issues.