Tehran (IP): A member of the national security and foreign policy commission of the parliament said that Iran's talks with International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) were only about technical issues, not political ones.

Iran PressIran news: In an interview with Iran Press on the sidelines of the open session of the parliament on Tuesday, Abbas Moghtadaei said that every person and organization must follow the Parliament’s strategic law.

The MP added that the IAEA seeks commonalities with Iran to reach conclusions.

Iran is a member of the IAEA and follows its responsibilities, while some western parties hurt Iran with threats and sanctions, Moghtadaei noted.

Stating that Iranians' benefit is the priority, he noted all talks are held to serve Tehran’s interests.

Referring to recording films at Iran’s nuclear sites, the MP said that what is recorded will be kept for ourselves, and we will decide on them.

Moghtadaei said the talks would go on as far as Iran's interests are met.


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