Tehran (IP) - "Iran does not care for any issued resolutions against it, They have no impact but may have psychological," said Eshaq Jahangiri, Iran's first Vice President.

Iran PressIran News: On the sideline of the unveiling ceremony for two books about Iran's electricity industry held at the Energy Ministry, Jahangiri stated that Iran is in critical condition, but that does not mean the country reached a deadlock. 

Highlighting key roles of the Coronavirus, drought, famine, the first vice president noted how imposed sanctions exert pressure on Iran's energy sector. 

"It is people's right to be talked frankly and to get informed over the economic tough conditions," he added.

Jahangiri also said that after many months, no scientist in the world gets a method to cure the Coronavirus, even big powers like China, the US, or Europe.

"The threats, dangers, and sanctions must turn into opportunities," Eshaq Jahangiri said.

"We must not let enemies succeed in making Iranians hopeless and distressed," he stressed. 

'Coronavirus has made us change and reform infrastructures to get better results and achievements," Jahangiri pointed.

On June 19, the representatives of the 35-nation Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency passed a controversial resolution to push for intrusive inspections of two nuclear sites in Iran.

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Rafael Grossi, Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, recently made anti-Iranian allegations, claiming that Tehran had refused to grant access to the two nuclear sites. 

Iran's Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad Javad Zarif in reaction in a tweet regarding the adoption of the IAEA Board of Governors said that Europeans acknowledge that they are absolutely powerless against the US coercion.


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