Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the country's nuclear program is moving from confrontation toward becoming commercial.
He said that based on the nuclear deal reached between Iran and the six world powers, Iran's nuclear program will enter the phase of scientific and economic activities and become commercial, Iran's official IRNA news agency reported July 15.
He stressed that Iran is going to use the most advanced equipment and technology it possesses thanks to achievements of the Iranian scientists to move towards industrialization of its nuclear activities at the highest level possible.
He said all the unjust sanctions exposed on Iran including the financial, economic and banking ones will be removed at the beginning stages of the implementation of the agreement.
Both sides will start implementing the content of the agreement in a span time of about four months - depending on the process of domestic affairs within the US - to get to a point where all bilateral activities conclude in a certain point where the executive activities start, the foreign minister said.
He noted that the text of the Comprehensive Joint Plan of Action is being translated into Persian and even parts of it are presently available on the foreign ministry's website.
Each and every word of the text was negotiated and precisely debated, he added.