The Islamic Republic has always affirmed its program is peaceful, and that it does not wish to develop any nuclear weapons, contrary to what some countries such as the United States and Israel accuse it of, especially its prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. This was what Khamenei referred to, yesterday, pointing to Iran’s unwillingness to acquire a nuclear weapon. And he said, “That international Zionist clown always says: We will not let Iran reach a nuclear weapon! If the Islamic Republic had had a decision to reach a nuclear weapon, neither he nor anyone greater than it would have prevented us from doing so. ” The Supreme Leader also reiterated that Iran is ready to return to its obligations under the nuclear deal, if the other parties to the agreement respect their commitments. He said, “When I left the United States and others followed it, the Qur’an orders us to leave our commitment as well, but our respectable government did not abandon its obligations and gradually reduce them, which is something that can be returned if they return to their obligations.”
Khamenei’s words came to put an end to the analyzes and expectations that had come out in the past two days, following the visit of the Director of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, to Tehran, and the accompanying statements by him that a temporary agreement had been reached with Iran regarding the continuation of the agency’s work. Statements soon opened the door, too, to a response from Parliament, which voted yesterday by 221 votes to 6 votes against, with seven deputies abstaining, on the decision to “inform the judiciary of the Iranian government’s refusal to implement the Law on Strategic Measures to Lift Sanctions and Preserve the Interests of the Iranian People.” , And raise him to the judiciary for follow-up urgently. Parliament relies, in this step, on what is stipulated in Article 234 of the bylaw, which is that if the judiciary considers that the government has not implemented the law, Rouhani and the government will incur fines and prison terms. In this context, the head of the National Security Committee in Parliament, Mojtaba Dhu al-Nur, considered that “the agreement between the government and the International Atomic Energy Agency should be torn apart. Otherwise, we will bring President Hassan Rouhani to trial,” adding that “the United States and European countries sent Her servant, Rafael Grossi, Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, to Tehran, to obtain concessions from us. ” Dhu al-Nur indicated that «the parliamentarians sign a decision to present President Rouhani and everyone who has circumvented the parliament’s law, to the judiciary for trial.
Parliament voted on a resolution threatening to hold Rouhani accountable
The Supreme Leader’s statements, in conjunction with the parliament’s move, came on the eve of the Islamic Republic’s start to implement a parliamentary law that reduces some of the activities of the IAEA inspectors. The law, which was approved by the Shura Council in December, asked the government to reduce the work of inspectors in the event that the sanctions that Washington re-imposed on Tehran are not lifted by February 21 after the US withdrawal from the nuclear deal in 2018. The parliamentary law also raised the level of enrichment to 20 percent, which the government began implementing in early January.
On the American bank, one of the officials played down Khamenei’s statement, saying that it would be worrying, but Iran had not implemented it yet, adding that Washington was waiting to see if Tehran would return to the talks. The US official, who requested anonymity, added: “Until we return to the talks, the two parties will seek to take positions to strengthen the tone. Let’s see if they agree to return to the (negotiation) table. ” This came at a time when US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken indicated that the United States would seek to strengthen and extend the nuclear deal. In a recorded speech to the “Conference on Disarmament” sponsored by the United Nations in Geneva, Blinken said: “The United States remains committed to not obtaining a nuclear weapon for Iran.” Diplomacy is the best way to achieve this goal ». He pointed out that the US President, Joe Biden, said that if Iran returned to “strict adherence to the nuclear agreement concluded in 2015, his administration will do the same.” He added, “We will also seek, through working with allies and partners, to prolong and strengthen the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (the nuclear agreement), and to address other concerns, such as Iran’s destabilizing behavior in the region and the development and proliferation of ballistic missiles.” And he considered that “Iran should comply with the safeguards agreements with the agency and its international obligations.”
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