Tehran (IP) – The head of the Foreign Relations Committee of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of the Parliament says the JCPOA is crystal clear, and the parties must fulfill their obligations.

Iran PressIran News: In an interview with Iran Press on the Iranian parliament's view over Vienna talks and probable agreements, Abass Golroo stated that the US had withdrawn from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and European signatories did not fulfill their obligations, so the new round of talks had been set up in Vienna.

He noted that the 'Strategic Action Plan to Lift Sanctions' law approved by the parliament defined the government's roadmap to interact with European countries and the committed parties to JCPOA.

Highlighting that the parliament is not against negotiations, he added: "The negotiations must have conditions and actually meet citizens and parliament's satisfaction, and this had two key aspects: As the Leader of the Islamic Revolution has stressed all sanctions (1600 imposed sanctions) should be lifted."

"What Iran's parliament stresses is that sanctions, whether relevant or irrelevant to JCPOA or those imposed during Trump's administration or earlier, must be lifted all at once," the MP underlined.

"The second; Verification must not be just on paper; it should be practical," Golroo added.

"Negotiation should not be attritional, because attritional negotiations cause serious damage to the other party's intentions, debilitate the trust in between, and also cause serious damage to the country's economy," he highlighted.


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