Tehran (IP): The Spokesman for the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of the Islamic Consultative Assembly of Iran said that the country would not accept intrusive inspections from February 24 within the framework of voluntary implementation of the Additional Protocol until the other side would fulfill its obligations.

Iran Press/Iran News: In an interview with Iran Press, on the sidelines of parliament's session, Abolfazl Amoui added, the Strategic Action Law to lift sanctions gave JCPOA member states and Western countries two months' deadline to manage the sale of Iranian oil or Iran's financial transactions with world banks, in this case, Iran will stop implementing the Additional Protocol.

The spokesman said that the IAEA was expected to cooperate with Iran after the Additional Protocol's voluntary implementation and added IAEA must follow its technical and independent approach. At the same time, Iran was sensitive about IAEA’s acts politically and emphasized keeping everything confidential.

Amoui said the International Atomic Energy Agency had to keep Iran's nuclear information confidential and not interfere with the IRI law's implementation. Lawmakers insisted on implementing the law as a strategic measure to lift sanctions.


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