An Iranian MP says that a parliamentary bill on safeguarding Iran’s nuclear achievements and rights can help the negotiating team and will not tie their hands.
Eleven people were taken into custody for interrupting the president earlier this month. They were later released after promising not to disrupt public speeches again.
Zarif further reiterated that the talks on Tehran's nuclear program may continue "a few days" after the deadline.
A former Iranian nuclear negotiator says that the United States is the number-one threat to Iran’s national security, setting out 20 reasons why Tehran cannot trust Washington.
Foreign Minister Zarif has said that Iran has pursued the logical and reasonable way of mutual understanding in nuclear talks and that a settlement seems to be within reach.
Ali Motahari says that some provisions of the general outlines bill need modifications.
Reaching a good and appropriate agreement is more important than signing it a few days sooner or later, Zarif told reporters in Luxemburg on Monday.
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.
The president said that nuclear talks have always been based on the guidelines of the Leader and the criteria set by the Supreme National Security Council and the Constitution.
Sayyari said on Sunday that the Iranian naval forces are strongly present in the Middle East region and in high seas.