On the 3rd local time, President Kalibhav of the Iranian Parliament said in an interview with Iranian state television that Iran has no intention to withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement. According to the provisions of the Anti-Sanctions Strategy Act, Iran will also fulfill its commitments as long as the parties to the Iran nuclear agreement comply with its commitments.
Kalibhav said that the parliament has gone through four months of expert consultation to formulate the bill. The bill is not a topic that the parliament can decide on its own, but one of the resolutions of the Supreme National Security Council.
He stressed that according to articles 36 and 37 of the Iran Nuclear Agreement, if either party fails to fulfill its commitments, the other parties can reduce their commitments.
Iran has always kept its commitments, but have the other parties (European countries and the United States) fulfilled their corresponding responsibilities?
In response to this situation, the Anti-Sanctions Strategy Bill formulated by Parliament, including the production of enriched uranium enriched by 20%, is to reduce the implementation of commitments with real actions, not superficial.
Kalibhav stressed that Iran will not seek to withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement, and Iran will also fulfill its commitments as long as the parties to the Iran nuclear agreement abide by its commitments.