No one is opposed to negotiations over Iran’s nuclear case because negotiations are the only way out of the dispute, said Naghavi.
Senior member of Parliament Hossein Naghavi Hosseini said Monday that in his Parliament briefing on Sunday, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif had removed many ambiguities about the statement read out at the end of Lausanne talks.
Naghavi Hosseini, the rapporteur of Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, said that the foreign minister assured the lawmakers that there were no differences between the text of the statement read out by him and the one read out by Ms. Mogherini.
Mr. Zarif also removed ambiguities about US fact sheet, lifting of UN sanctions and mutual guarantees of Iran and the other side, Naghavi Hosseini said.
“We have to accept the fact that Iran negotiates its nuclear case and the two sides sit at the negotiating table to reach an agreement,” Naghavi Hosseini said, adding that in no negotiations, one side receives all concessions while the other side gives all the concessions.
“No one is opposed to negotiations over Iran’s nuclear case because negotiations are the only way out of the nuclear dispute,” he stated.
He said that the negotiating team is expected to make use of the all-out support of the Iranian nation to further balance the received and given concessions in the comprehensive deal to be clinched in the future.