Tehran (IP) - The candidate for Iran's 13th presidential election has said that the JCPOA should be a document based on which the Iranian nation upholds its rights before the other parties of the deal.

Iran PressIran news: At the end of the third and last presidential election debate on Saturday evening, Saeed Jalili, in response to Iran Press News Agency on the approach of the next administration toward the Joint Comprehensive Pan of Action (JCPOA), said the agreement was a document reached by Iran and its expenses have been paid.

"The foreign parties and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), said 15 times that Iran has fulfilled all its nuclear commitments to the JCPOA," Jalili added.

The candidate said that today it was Iran's turn to make its demands based on the JCPOA and it should be a creditor document against those who broke their promises.


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