Rouhani: sanctions would have been lifted without parliamentary bureaucracy

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According to reports from Iranian state television, Rouhani, who attended the opening ceremonies of some projects belonging to the Ministry of Petroleum by video conference, made assessments on the unilateral sanctions of the United States against his country.

Stating that Iran has responded to those who have imposed sanctions on it with the opening of energy projects, Rouhani said that despite the ongoing nuclear talks in Vienna, the fact that the sanctions could not yet be lifted was due to bureaucratic obstacles.

Stressing that all bureaucratic hurdles must be removed, Rouhani said:

“If there was no parliamentary bureaucracy, the sanctions have been lifted so far. We are seeing this bureaucracy not only in the administrative field but also in other areas and we hope that all kinds of bureaucracies in the country will be reformed. “

NEGOTIATIONS IN VIENNA

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Indirect negotiations between Iran and the United States are underway in the negotiations, which lasted around 3 months in Vienna, the capital of Austria, and discussed the full implementation of the Iran nuclear deal. , called “Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (KOEP)” and the return of the United States to the agreement.

After the assassination of nuclear scientist Muhsin Fahrizadeh on November 27, 2020, the conservative-dominated Iranian parliament passed the “Strategic Action Plan for the Lifting of Sanctions and Protection of the Interests of the Iranian Nation” law, which aims to accelerate nuclear activities despite objections from the Rouhani government.

An agreement that emerges from the Vienna talks must first be approved in the first committees of the Iranian parliament.

In his statement yesterday, Rouhani said that if Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Arakchi, who heads the delegation participating in the talks on behalf of Iran in Vienna, is authorized, the nuclear talks can be concluded successfully.

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