Speaker warns powers of Iran’s response to lagging in implementation of N. deal

FNA- Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani warned the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, Britain and France plus Germany) of Tehran’s reaction to their procrastination in implementing the last year nuclear deal.

“The other side has dragged compliance with some of its undertakings and their lagging will be responded,” Larijani said, addressing an open session of the parliament in Tehran on Sunday.

Elsewhere, he referred to the US and British officials’ recent remarks against Iran, and said their “propaganda roaring” is due to the failure of their plots on the regional and international scene and the internal problems that they are facing.

In relevant remarks on December 6, Larijani underlined that the extension of Iran Sanctions Act (ISA) by the US Congress is a blatant deceptive act.

“The action taken recently by the US Congress and the House of Representatives to extend sanctions on Iran for another ten years is surely in violation of some articles of the nuclear deal reached by Iran and the major world powers including the US in July, 2015,” Larijani told reporters on Tuesday.

“I believe that the decision by the US Congress is surely a measure of deception,” the Iranian parliament speaker added.

Larijani reiterated that the measure is certainly unacceptable.

His remarks came in reaction to the extension of the Iran Sanctions Act by the US Senate earlier this month that clearly violates the last year nuclear deal. Iranian officials have warned that Tehran has prepared itself for showing a tough reaction.