We have already drawn up a factsheet on Lausanne statement, said nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi as MPs prepared to officially appeal for the release of one.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) have jointly drawn up a factsheet [on the Lausanne statement] which could be released by Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to quell ambiguities about the nuclear statement if and when he deemed it expedient, AEOI Director Ali Akbar Salehi was quoted by Iranian Students News Agency as telling reporters Wednesday.
In response to a question as to why Iran did not produce its own factsheet when the talks were still ongoing, Salehi said there are many people out there who are opposed to talks between Iran and P5+1.
In light of the fact that some are at work to disrupt the process, such sensitive talks should be kept under wraps as much as possible in order not to provide anyone with any excuse to disrupt the process, Salehi said.
His comments came after Ebrahim Agha-Mohammadi, an MP, said deputies at the Islamic Consultative Assembly are signing a petition to be sent to the foreign minister to immediately release an Iranian factsheet to counter the untruthful comments of American statesmen.