In a letter read to President Ebrahim Raisi in parliament, 250 of the 290 powerful parliaments wanted a Western guarantee that they would not withdraw from the New Deal.
In a letter to President Ebrahim Raishi, Iran’s lawmakers have set six conditions with the world’s major powers for the resurrection of Iran’s nuclear agreement in 2015.
A letter released on Sunday said US and European political parties should ensure that they did not terminate the restored agreement, the official IRNA news agency in the country reported.
“We need to learn lessons from past experience and draw a red line in the national interest by not first committing to any agreement without the necessary guarantees,” Congressman said in a letter.
The letter, signed by 250 of the 290 lawmakers, called for the West not to trigger a “snapback mechanism” in which sanctions on Iran would be immediately reinstated in the event of a breach of nuclear compliance.
Lawmakers also said that the return to the agreement should only proceed if all sanctions, including terrorism, missile technology and human rights-related sanctions, are lifted.
In addition, Parliamentarians said they would like to first confirm that Iran is receiving money from exports before the government returns to nuclear compliance.
According to European Union officials, the statement is in the midst of a final stage to revive the 2015 nuclear deal in Vienna.
Such conditions from legislators at a crucial time risk limiting the maneuverability of Iranian negotiators in Vienna and endanger the final agreement.
Hardline-led parliament has not voted on the proposed terms, and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Hamenei, who enjoys hardline support, has the final say on Iran’s nuclear policy and all other national issues. I’m waiting.
After 10 months of talks in Vienna, one of the remaining differences is Iran’s request for a U.S. guarantee that no further sanctions or other disciplinary action will be taken, and Iran’s nuclear activity can be verified. When and how to recover the restrictions.
Iran’s officials are flexible by agreeing to “unique guarantees,” as Washington states that it is impossible for US President Joe Biden to provide the legal guarantees that Iran has requested. Said that he showed.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdrahian said on Saturday that a joint statement in support of the nuclear agreement between the leaders of the US Senate and the House of Representatives was sufficient as a “political guarantee.”
Under the 2015 agreement, Iran has agreed to curb nuclear development in exchange for relief from the United States and other sanctions.
The agreement includes an option to snap back UN sanctions if Iran violates the agreement, and Tehran must suspend all nuclear enrichment-related and reprocessing activities, including research and development.
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https://www.trtworld.com/middle-east/iran-lawmakers-demand-guarantees-us-won-t-leave-restored-nuclear-deal-54951?utm_source=other&utm_medium=rss Iranian lawmakers demand that the United States ensure that it does not leave a restored nuclear deal