Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi says the ministry has presented its tenth quarterly report on the implementation of the Iran nuclear deal to the Iranian Parliament.
In a Wednesday statement, Qassemi said the report was presented to the Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission on Tuesday.
“In its 10th report to the Parliament, the Foreign Ministry pointed out that during the first three months of this Persian year, all the developments of the Iran nuclear deal were influenced by the US administration’s illegal and unilateral move to withdraw from the JCPOA in May,” he said.
The spokesman went on to say that the Foreign Ministry’s report also referred to the intensification of the US’ aggressive moves and approaches towards Iran under the current president as well as the US’ repeated violations of its commitments under the JCPOA.
“The report then elaborated on the US administration’s moves over the past three months as well as the other measures it adopted following an exclusive speech by the US president dedicated to his country’s new policies towards Iran on May 8,” he noted.
According to Qassemi, the tenth report to the Parliament also covered the measures adopted by the Foreign Ministry to pursue the rightful demands of the Islamic Republic by taking advantage of the existing capacities including the negotiations that the Iranian foreign minister held with his counterparts of the remaining sides of the JCPOA, two meetings at the level of ministers and deputy ministers held by the Joint Commission of the JCPOA, several expert meetings held with other sides of the JCPOA aimed at exploring ways on how they can compensate for the loss inflicted on Iran by the US’ withdrawal as well as their pledges and measures to guarantee that Iran can enjoy its benefits under the nuclear deal.
In its report, he said, the Foreign Ministry also referred to the 11th report by the International Atomic Energy Agency on Iran’s full compliance with its nuclear pledges and its continued nuclear activities within the country’s strategic and long-term nuclear program.
“The report underlines that over the past three months, all nuclear activities of Iran –particularly in Research & Development area – have continued based on the schedule of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran.”