Iran's Rouhani: Nuclear accord is productive to all
Baku, Azerbaijan, Jan. 23
By Dalga Khatinoglu - Trend:
Iran's Rouhani after a speech at the World Economic Forum, answered live questions from Klaus Schwab the Forum's founder on Jan. 23.
Rouhani said that Iran has fully committed to the nuclear accord achieved on November 24, 2013, Press TV channel reported live from Davos.
Iranian President went on to say there are no obstacles in the way of Iran's decision to eliminate the concerns, but the possible influence of some powers on P5+1 position may disrupt the targeted goals.
Rouhani said that Iran will continue its nuclear activities under the full supervision of the International Atomic Energy Agency and will never withdraw from its legal rights.
According to Iran's president, Tehran has never pursued nuclear weapon and will keep on this position forever.
Rouhani added that achieving a good result and normalizing Iran-West relations after implementation of the nuclear accord would be productive for Iran, the West and all countries.
He emphasized that elimination of restrictive sanctions and measures imposed by the West on Iran's oil and gas sector will improve global energy security.
The nuclear accord achieved on Nov. 24, 2013 between Iran and P5+1 was implemented on Jan.20.
Iranian's top diplomat also said the joint commission will start working a month after the nuclear deal implementation (Feb.20).
The first step of the nuclear deal was implemented on Jan.20. This included the halting of uranium enrichment at the 20 percent level, as well as converting the high enriched uranium stockpile to low enriched uranium level. The U.S. and EU eased sanctions over Iran partially as well. However, the next steps will be discussed in future.
Edited by C.N.