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Publish Date: 15:02 - 19 November 2013
Tehran, YJC. Lawmaker says Iran has done the greater part of the agreement it used to seek with the West.

The Spokesman of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the Majlis Seyyed Hossein Naqavi Hosseini speaking about the committee’s meeting with Foreign Minister Mohammadjavad Zarif said "Mr. Araqchi, senior member of the nuclear negotiation team, in this session in a report announced that since the beginning of the New York meeting there has been much achievement, including the aim of the negotiations, the ways of agreement, and clarity about the negotiators’ demands.”

Hosseini further asserted "One of the points stressed by the lawmakers in meeting with Foreign Ministry officials was the nation’s nonnegotiable right to use the nuclear energy and do the enrichment as much as needed inside the country.”

"Zarif asserted that all the details of the talks had been related in full in the Supreme National Security Council and that the leaders of the state are fully aware of the entire negotiations; decisions are being made at high levels and we are only executive agents,” the lawmaker further explained.

He further said "Zarif stated that about 90 percent of the negotiated topics are agreed upon and there is around 10 percent disagreement, which will be discussed in the third round of talks.”

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