The head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, Ali Akbar Salehi, stressed on Friday the need for all parties to abide by the nuclear agreement, stressing that this agreement is not negotiable and that the best way is to abide by it.
"Some people want to renegotiate the technical aspects of the nuclear deal, but we have repeatedly stressed that the nuclear agreement is not negotiable, and that is not only for us, but also that the Russian foreign minister and the spokeswoman for the European Union, Mrs. Mugreni and China also have," Salehi said at the International Conference on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. Same opinion. "
"The best way is to abide by the nuclear agreement because of its useful and influential role in terms of international and regional understandings and to strengthen the role of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty," he said, adding that "the breach of the nuclear agreement will lead to many contradictions, including North Korea. Dialogue and diplomacy, the failure of the nuclear agreement leaves no justification for urging and persuading Pyongyang to negotiate. "
He pointed out that "the possibility of America going out of the nuclear agreement," explaining that "America withdrew and followed by other countries, the position of the Islamic Republic of Iran will be clear and will also emerge from the nuclear agreement, but if America withdrew on its own and others committed to it, the scenario will be different and that the decision to take this Is one of the powers of the Committee to supervise the nuclear agreement in the country. " Finished