Beginning implementing the 1st step of the joint plan of action on Geneva nuclear deal on January 20th is a positive move, which has, but a single loser, the Zionist regime, a prominent parliament member said Sunday evening.
"The Zionist regime suffered the greatest loss today due to these agreements, which showed that the bubble of their propagations blows off harmlessly from now on,” Member of the Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Abbas-Ali Mansouri told IRNA.
He said that implementing the joint plan of action would lead to the annihilation of the inhumane and irrational anti Iranian sanctions, as well as boosting of the Iranian national economy.
The Kashan constituency lawmaker reiterated that many countries around the globe had confirmed Iran’s right throughout the years of the past decade, but they did no dare to cooperate with US fearing to be put under the US sanctions as a fine.
"Implementing these agreements would create a better atmosphere for our tourism and scientific activities, too, which would help us, expand our interactions within the international community,” he added.
The member of the Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission added, "Through the expansion and broadening of our international relations we will have the chance to let the people in the region and around the globe to hear our voice.
"In that case, opposite to the situation up to now that they always showed a criminal image of Iran, they would no longer be
able to do so,” he said.
Araqchi made it clear that Iran will continue with its 20 percent uranium enrichment by the end of the day on January 19 and will
suspend the 20 percent enrichment on January 20 and the western governments, too, will honor their commitments about easing the sanctions as of January 20.
Iran has accepted to enrich uranium not beyond five percent, and not to increase the volume of its stockpile of the enriched