Iran's policy over JCPOA not changing: MP

Tehran (IP) - A member of the Iranian Parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Committee stressed that the country's political framework over the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) would not change.

Iran PressIran News: Abolfazl Amoui said Vienna talks would continue even after the formal settlement of the new administration in Iran, but the political framework set out for the negotiations would not change.  

Amoui attributed the delay in the effectuation of the JCPOA negotiation to the US approach such that it refused to endorse what it said in the agreement. 

US officials have repeatedly acknowledged that the policy of maximum pressure on Iran has failed, but at the same time they insisted on keeping the sanctions and even tried to add other issues to the negotiations, he pointed out.

Amoui said it was the US that prolonged the negotiation process by adopting wrong stances.

The MP reiterated that one of the demands of Iran in the negotiations was that the US should not repeat the unilateral withdrawal from the nuclear agreement, but the American side refused to give a real guarantee in this regard.


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