Parliament acts are binding for government: Araghchi

TEHRAN, Dec. 29 (MNA) – Iran’s deputy FM has said what Parliament passes is binding for the government, and “should be executed.”

Mehr News quoted Abbas Araghchi in IRIB University as saying “new round of nuclear talks between Iran and Powers will start tomorrow and last for a day.”

“The next round of talks will focus on mechanisms to implement the deal,” he added.

Iranian senior nuclear negotiator said that expert level talks had been held in 8 days so far, 4 days in Vienna and 4 days in Geneva.

“The expert level negotiation is not an easy task,” Araghchi believed, saying that both sides interpreted the text differently.

Araghchi went on to say that in the case parliament decided to cancel the Geneva deal, the government would abide by it.

“On the other side, the US congress has various sanctions schemes which could be signed and no doubt that it would effectively cancel the Geneva deal,” he added.

By Mehr News Agency


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