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Iranian Foreign Minister Aragazi: Iran will implement the Anti-Sanctions Strategy Law

Iranian Foreign Minister Aragazi: Iran will implement the Anti-Sanctions Strategy Law

△Picture source: Iranian media

December 16th, local time, the meeting of the Director-General of the Joint Committee for the Comprehensive Agreement on the Iranian Nuclear Issue was held by videoconference, and the meeting discussed the latest implementation of the Iran Nuclear Agreement.

At the meeting, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Aragazi said that the Iranian government will respect the decision of the parliament and implement the Anti-Sanctions Strategy Law after the necessary legal procedures.

△Picture source: Iranian media

Aragzi said that the relevant European countries always hope that Iran can exercise restraint and restraint on all illegal hostile acts such as the sanctions against the United States, the destruction of Iran’s Natanz nuclear facilities, and the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists.

However, Iran should not pay for the illegal acts of other countries, and all parties to the agreement should make efforts to Maintain the Iran nuclear agreement.

At the same time, Aragazi said that Europe always emphasizes the pursuit of democratic principles, and the Iranian government should not be expected to abandon the Anti-Sanctions Strategy Law by ignoring parliamentary decisions, and the Iranian government will implement the law after the necessary legal procedures.

Regarding the return of the United States to the Iran nuclear agreement, Aragazi said that Iran must see the actions of the United States, not words or speculation.

On December 10th local time, Iran’s Official Gazette published the Anti-Sanctions Strategy Law passed by Parliament.

According to the relevant regulations, the law will take effect 15 days after the date of promulgation.

The law has nine provisions, which stipulate specific measures for Iran’s nuclear program, including the production of enriched uranium enriched by 20% and more for peaceful purposes; the operation of new centrifuges; and the design and construction of new heavy water reactors, and emphasizes that if the signatories to the Iran nuclear agreement violate the content of the agreement, Iran and the international bank.

Iran will suspend the voluntary implementation of the Additional Protocol to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Agreement two months after the entry into force of this law if relations are not fully normalized, the obstacles to the export of Iranian petroleum and chemical products are not completely removed, and Iran is unable to quickly obtain oil revenue.

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