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Publish Date: 15:19 - 15 December 2013
Tehran, YJC. Lawmaker says as the Geneva agreement voids credit, it will be a good thing to return Iranian negotiators from Geneva.

Member of Majlis Committee for National Security Parviz Sarvari in interview with Mehr News Agency said "It was a good act, but by no means enough. Iran has to announce that it will not sit for negotiations and that the Geneva agreement is expired, unless the Six Majors adopt trust-building actions.”

Pointing to the recent US sanctions on Iran, Sarvari said "As it could be predicted from early on, the Americans showed their dishonesty once more to the Iranian nation, proving that they are not a reliable side for negotiations.”

"Principally, Americans make a move forward in the beginning of talks. Then, if they notice that the other side does not march along confidently they lead the negotiations where they desire. So it is highly important what reaction Iran adopts against America’s recent action,” he asserted.

Stressing that if Iran does not take firm action against violation to the agreement by the US the agreement will end in their benefit, he said "The US has to make up for its action against the agreement, else the agreement will lack credit.”

He further pointed out "It is mentioned in the agreement that if one side violates an article of the agreement it will be void and both sides can return to the phase before negotiations. So right now the agreement lacks value and Americans have to make up for their action.”

He added "Iran must officially announce America’s trespassing of the agreement so that it can lead the agreement in the right way, if not, the other side will be the winner.”

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