Tehran (IP) - The presidential chief of staff highlighted that the government expected the parliament to coordinate with the government on the proposed bill on the nuclear issue.

Iran Press/Iran News: On the sidelines of today's cabinet meeting and in response to IranPress, Mahmoud Vaezi said: "What we have been examining since yesterday has created and continues to create many problems for us, both in terms of foreign policy and in relation to the Atomic Energy Organization."

"Therefore, we expected that the plan would be coordinated with the government during the approval process, and the government's views would be taken into account, like all the plans that the various parliaments have had during these forty years," he noted.

Sometimes, the government gives a bill that is a separate issue; But sometimes it is a bill which is put forward by the parliament and the necessary opinions of the government should be taken into consideration, Vaezi stated.

Today, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reported to the government that meetings were scheduled for Sunday or Monday without the presence of a representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, he added.

"These are considerations that need to be taken into account, and we reflected those bugs to the Guardian Council. Problems that have a very heavy financial burden for the country and some of them are not technically feasible."

On the other hand, some of the issues raised in the bill are approved by the Supreme National Security Council, which was approved before once and this creates another problem, the presidential chief of staff noted.

Such issues, which have not been approved yet, must be approved by the Guardian Council, he concluded.