Problems with US still unsolved, says Iran
Tehran, Iran, March 2
By Mehdi Sepahvand - Trend:
Iran's problems with the US are still unsolved, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said.
Speaking to reporters at an event March 2, Zarif said Iran painstakingly monitors how committed the six powers are to their deal, Fars news agency reported.
Iranian officials, including Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, have occasionally said the nuclear deal doesn't necessarily mean that Iran should make a compromise in other areas in relations with the US.
"The nuclear deal has turned into a social reality today. Everyone, from critics to negotiators, should focus on the future and turn differences into a tool for reaching a common cause," Zarif added.
On the same day, Iranian parliament's speaker, Ali Larijani criticized the world powers for what he called a "delay" in fulfilling commitments under the nuclear deal.
"While Iran has carried out all of its commitments under the nuclear deal, the counterpart has not implemented its commitments completely so far," said Larijani.