The Iranian Foreign Ministry refutes claims that Tehran was forced to sit at the negotiating table.
Iran has exposed the double standards of the West as a result of which hegemonic powers have encountered a conceptual crisis, said a deputy Iranian FM.
Hossein Mousavian said the Supreme Leader's instructions are meant to boost the likelihood of a sustainable deal at nuclear talks with P5+1.
Kazem Jalali, an MP, said the leader's "prudent and rational" statement that any nuclear deal with P5+1 should come in a single stage stems from a lack of trust in the West.
Leader's advisor Ali Akbar Velayati said the Supreme leader supports the Iranian negotiators who are trying their best to stand up for Iranian rights.
The remarks of the Supreme Leader are the final say for the government and the Islamic Republic, said Nobakht.
Iranian First Vice-President Eshagh Jahangiri says any nuclear agreement between Tehran and P5+1 must respect the nation’s rights.
President Putin says world powers should avoid seeking unilateral benefits in the final stages of nuclear talks with Iran; otherwise they may fail to reach a just resolution.
The EU foreign policy chief has underlined that Iran and P5+1 should seize the opportunity in nuclear talks to reach a comprehensive deal.
The president of the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) says that imposing sanctions on Iran used to be the safest political move, but today it means supporting war, which is likely to carry a tremendous political cost.