• Tue / 29 June 2021 / 16:04
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Iran considering need, possibility of extending agreement with IAEA: Government spokesman

Iran considering need, possibility of extending agreement with IAEA: Government spokesman

Tehran (ISNA) - Iran’s government spokesman Ali Rabiei announced that the country is considering the need and possibility of extending the agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and all the option are on the table.

Speaking at a weekly press conference on Tuesday, Ali Rabiei said, “We are reviewing the need and possibility of extending the agreement with the IAEA and we will consider all the options in this regard. If the agreement isn’t renewed, Iran’s relations with the Agency will be solely on safeguards and the Islamic Republic of Iran won’t make any further commitments”.

“Parliament’s law on commitments and duties of the government is crystal clear and the government has so far moved in this direction. No decision has yet been made on the issue of quarterly agreements with the Agency and whether it will continue or not,” he added.

Regarding the latest developments in the Vienna talks on reviving the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Rabiei said, “Our point of views are very clear to all parties, and we are aware of their positions on disputes. We have made it clear to all parties that any sanctions that violate or impede the full implementation of the JCPOA should be lifted. We also know what steps we should take if the United States takes this step and all parties reaffirm their commitment to the JCPOA”.

“Vienna talks have reached a point where all parties have to make their own decisions. We are waiting for the other parties, including the United States, to announce their political decisions so that we can talk more clearly about the next round of talks,” he stated.

About Afghanistan, Rabiei said, “What is important to us is preservation of Afghanistan’s territorial integrity, national unity, the rights of minorities and achievements which Afghan people have made over the past two decades. We believe that the genuine intra-Afghan dialogue is the only solution for Afghanistan”.

“Taliban are part of Afghanistan and part of the future solution of Afghanistan. What is important to us is establishment of an inclusive government including all the genuine Afghan groups and achieving a peaceful and lasting solution in Afghanistan,” he added.

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