Iran talks

Iranian parliament releases “Factsheet” for revision of Lausanne statement

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iranian parliament’s Nuclear Committee released a factsheet to pinpoint the revisions needed to be made in the the Lausanne statement issued by Tehran and the world powers during their nuclear talks in Switzerland earlier this month.

The text of the factsheet which was presented by Head of the Nuclear Committee Ebrahim Karkhaneyee on Wednesday includes the necessity for respecting the redlines and guidelines specified by Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, the reversible nature of Iran’s decisions in case of the other side’s non-commitment to its undertakings and the annulment of all sanctions together immediately after the first day of implementation of the final agreement.

The revision also necessitates commitment to both sides’ undertakings based on the Geneva agreement, fair and reasonable relations between the givings and takings, not impairing the country’s security and military boundaries and national interests, providing 190,000 SWUs (Separative Work Units) of nuclear fuel enrichment capability needed by Iran, production of fuel for Bushehr nuclear power plant immediately after the end of contract with Russia, safeguarding the nuclear achievements, actual operation of all nuclear installations of Iran not in words, but in action, continued Research and Development (R&D) works and scientific and technological progress in Iran and the immediate use of the results of R&D in the country’s industrial enrichment cycle.

The factsheet urges operation of 10,000 centrifuge machines at Natanz and Fordo, a maximum 5-year-long duration for the deal and Iran’s nuclear limitations, replacement of the current centrifuges with the latest generation of home-made centrifuge machines at the end of the five-year period.

A more detailed version of this report will be release in minutes.

By Fars News Agency