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News ID: 3406
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 10:10 - 05 February 2014
Tehran, YJC. Iran’s FM has discussed his recent meeting with US Secretary of State.

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif who has met with US Secretary of State John Kerry in the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference said "I asserted to Mr. Kerry that to make the best of the opportunity it is needed that the two sides abide to the texts and do not publish any other.”

Addressing concerns that John Kerry had said that the sanctions will continue to exist, Zarif said in answer to the Mehr reporter "Mr. Kerry maintained that the US government is bound to strenuously pursue the issue and that it wants it to bear fruit. There was mention of concerns inside the US. One of these was that in the states they are worried that with the initial deal, the sanctions will fall apart.”

The Foreign Minister further said "In this meeting it was also emphasized that the sides need to keep to the texts to which we have agreed. The texts agreed upon are recognized by both sides and they need to adhere only to them rather than publish secondary texts, because those texts will not be referred to in legal terms. What today is being enacted is what was settled on November 24 as the Joint Plan of Action. The agreements we made on that are in no proportion to what has been published by the White House.”

 

Tags
zarif ، kerry ، joing ، plan ، action ، white ، house ، sheet ، nuclear ، deal
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