"The statement is no big victory in which to take pride and claim that it has happened for once in history. It’s rather an ordinary agreement,” said MP and member of the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee Hossein Naqavi Hosseini.
In interview with the Young Journalists’ Club, he said that calling the Lausanne framework agreement a great achievement is an example of extremist thought.
In contrast, it would also be extremist to maintain that Iran only gave advantages and gained nothing during the talks, he maintained.
He stated that no matter what the content of the announcement, the final agreement must provide the ways to get back to the conditions before sanctions were imposed on Tehran.
Hosseini also cautioned about phrases like new inspection system as pointed to in the statement. He said that such statements are vague and their content can cover a great range of implications. Therefore, he said, such points need to be clarified in the final agreement.