TEHRAN, Jan. 14 (MNA) – Deputy-FM for International and legal affairs has said he welcomes questions by Parliamentarians about the Iran, Powers nuclear deal.
Abbas Araghchi responded to a Mehr News question about the demand by Parliamentarians that the nuclear joint Action Plan be published, he told that as long as both sides had not agreed on the method of implementation, it would remain spoken and would not find formal status.
Araghchi also told that the agreement was still on the status of non-paper, which denotes informal agreements made in diplomatic meetings, which finds formal status when published, while it should remain informal in nature. “The deal specifies details of the method to implement it, which has found enough publicity, however if Parliamentarians posed a question, I would welcome answering their questions,” he added.
Asked whether the agreement was drafted in nine pages, Araghchi said that he had not known how many pages the deal was drafted in. “The deal consists of different articles which provides the Joint Plan of Action, following a paragraph which specifies ways of implementing it,” he detailed on the issue.
“To start the final round of the agreement, Mr. Zarif and Mrs. Ashton meet, to which no exact date has been specified,” he said.
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