The Iranian Foreign Ministry says allegations that the negotiating team has struck a secret deal with P5+1are actionable.
Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham said on Tuesday that the government will not strike a nuclear deal in violation of the red lines.
Afkham dismissed speculations by political parties opposed to the government that the negotiating team had reached a nuclear accord in defiance of the red lines of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
“No agreement on any topic has yet been reached and the only point of accord is the name and title of the eventual agreement which is the Joint Action Comprehensive Plan.”
She said the negotiating team is well aware of the red lines of the Islamic Republic of Iran and is committed to observing them with full sensitivity.
She said that the alleged violation of the red lines by the negotiators is without basis, adding that the government reserves the right to take legal action against its opponents who speculate about nuclear talks with Western governments.
She noted that the negotiating team knows better than others that any accord irrespective of the red lines of the Islamic Republic of Iran will be null and void.