Former member of parliament Nurollah Heidari speaking in interview with ISNA said that Iran has not sustained any loss from the nuclear talks.
"The West believes that it has made a political gain in terms of the diplomacy of discourse and public opinion.”
"The West things that for the situations to continue would be challenging to Iran and that they would find outmaneuver us in a better political negotiation atmosphere.”
Heidari added "The extension of the talks is in favor of the West in terms of discourse, because the Western community is seeking to extend the sanctions and it believes that sanctions have brought Iran to the negotiation table. So the West believes that if sanctions are prolonged, Iran would surrender some day at last.”
It is not the sanctions in fact which has brought Iran to the negotiations table, he asserted, adding "This is not a true argument to say that Iran would surrender if sanctions are extended, since the current that rules the country as well as the Supreme Leader himself oversee the talks. But, I believe that the negotiation team must have acted from a more powerful position anyway and it must have dated a deadline.”