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News ID: 5395
Publish Date: 10:59 - 29 October 2014
Tehran, YJC. Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham has said on Wednesday that the country and its Western negotiators have so far made no agreement on its nuclear program.

"The Iranian negotiation team is fully aware of the state’s red lines and they keep to them with utmost carefulness. Any agreement that does not respect the red lines is void,” asserted Afkham.

She added that so far no agreement has been made between Iran and its Western negotiators stating "the only existing agreement is that on the title of the agreement which is ‘The Comprehensive Plan of Joint Action’.”

"The allegations that Iran’s negotiation team have violated the country’s redlines is not only libel to the negotiations_ and by the way legally pursuable_ it is nonetheless lack of regard for the country’s higher-ranking management.”

The negotiation team know better than anybody else that any agreement that disregards the state red lines lacks validity.

Earlier the day, MP Alireza Zakani had speaking before the Majlis said "According to information received, the nuclear agreements between the Iranian and US negotiators are finalized.”

"But, first,” he added "our diplomatic system’s silence before the excessive demands of the American negotiators has emboldened the Great Satan; and second, reports reveal that the redlines which were established during the interim agreement are violated, which is sure to betray the rights of the Iranian nation and lay waste the country’s nuclear advancements.”

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