Iranian MPs appreciate nuclear negotiators for resisting against US “excessive demands”
Baku, Azerbaijan, July 12
By Fatih Karimov - Trend: 203 Iranian MPs signed a statement, appreciating the country's nuclear negotiators for their resistance against excessive demands of the other side, led by the US, in the nuclear talks, Iran's IRNA news agency reported on July 12.
Nuclear talks are passing final stages. After ups and downs, crucial moments are coming. Everyone who is aware and unbiased will acknowledge good willing of the Islamic Republic in the nuclear talks, the statement reads.
"US politicians have proved to be unreliable and pretentious and will not be satisfied but to deprive other nations, especially the Iranian nation, of their rights."
MPs urged the negotiators to observe red lines and parliamentary approvals as their criteria and do not accept any outcome during the nuclear talks which contradicts with these principles.
Anyway, lifting the banking, monetary, and military sanctions on the day of agreement without verification by the International Atomic Energy Agency, on one hand, and banning any inspection of military and security sites as well as interviewing nuclear scientists, on the other hand, are necessary and should be taken into account, according to the statement.
Iranian parliament approved a bill on June 23 that will oblige the government to preserve "the country's nuclear achievements and rights."
The IAEA would be able only to have common inspections of Iran's nuclear facilities and it would be barred from military, security or sensitive none-nuclear sites as well as interviewing nuclear scientists, the bill reads.