Iranian MPs voice support for nuclear negotiating team
Iranian parliamentarians reiterated support for the country's nuclear negotiating team and appreciated its performance.
In a statement signed by a strong majority of MPs on July 16, the parliamentarians stressed the importance of the remarks of the Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei regarding the nuclear talks, the country's official IRNA news agency reported.
They asked the nuclear negotiating team to abide by the Leader's guidelines and refrain from making any agreement which could ignore Iran's need for 190,000 SUWs that is necessary for producing fuel for nuclear power plant.
The statement also urged the nuclear team to refrain from making any agreement that would result in exerting pressures by the P5+1 in the future and avoid any ambiguities in writing texts.
They also stated that research and development were two red lines for the Islamic Republic of Iran because reaching the needed production level in shortest possible time and at the lowest cost and highest quality was the requisite for this kind of technological know-how which also provides radio medicines needed by the public and effective in industrial development.
The MPs, in their statement, stressed that Fordo is an important center for enrichment, development and research that should be maintained for the country.
They further underlined the need for the simultaneous removal of all sanctions.
They said the Iranian nuclear file should enjoy a normal process again and Tehran should be able to use the rights entailed in the Non-Proliferation Treaty.