Tehran (IP): The Speaker of the Parliament of Iran, in an open session, stressed implementing the law on strategic action to lift the sanctions, warning that Iran would not provide the IAEA with what has been recorded by cameras at Iran's nuclear facilities.

Iran PressIran news: Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf responded to a remark by a member of parliament on the implementation of the law on strategic action about the lifting of sanctions in a  parliament's open session on Sunday.

He stressed that the time has not extended after the three-month period provided in the law, and this law is implemented.

Ghalibaf, in response to a remark by Alireza Salimi, representative of Mahallat and Dilijan, said that nothing had extended after three months.

What had been recorded (by cameras at nuclear facilities will never be delivered to the International Atomic Energy Agency. It is at Iran's disposal, and the law will enforce it strictly. 

Alireza Salimi said in his remark that according to the Strategic Action Plan to Lift Sanctions and Protect Iranian Nation’s Interests, Iran gave the Agency three months, which extended for yet another month, but however, this opportunity had expired for about three days.

Asked if the Supreme National Security Council had made a decision not revealed yet, he said that now the members of parliament should defend the parliament's decision. 


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