The Foreign Ministry spokeswomen dismissed any links between Iran's missile tests and JCPOA and said Iran's missile capabilities are totally independent of the nuclear deal.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has reaffirmed the country’s commitment to all its nuclear obligations, stressing that sanctions against the Islamic Republic must be lifted “all at once.”
The US started talking about ‘phased sanctions’ whereas there is no mention of ‘suspension’ or ‘phase’ in the Lausanne statement, said Zarif in an interview with Euronews.
Iranian foreign ministry spokesman has dismissed the anti-Tehran remarks made by his American counterpart Heather Nauert, advising the US administration to be realistic about Iran's role in the Middle East and the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers.
With tough 24 hours ahead of nuclear talks, Zarif and Kerry had a one-on-one meeting in Vienna.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said there is a “psychological barrier” in trade with Iran, stressing that Washington should give international banks reassurances that they can resume business with the Islamic Republic.
Hamid Rasaei, a principlist MP, has said that there are some problems with the Farsi version of the JCPOA text and that the document’s final translation should be re-discussed in talks with P5+1 after it goes through the legal channels.
Hossein Mousavian said the Supreme Leader's instructions are meant to boost the likelihood of a sustainable deal at nuclear talks with P5+1.
Ali Motahari, a principlist MP, has said that the Iran nuclear deal should pass parliament, adding the chamber can only approve or disapprove the general outlines, not the details, of the historic deal.
Iran has not approved the Additional Protocol yet, and in the protocol, there is no specific obligation for signatories to allow access to their military sites, said Kamalvandi.