News ID: 57529
Published: 0837 GMT December 15, 2014

Iran has fully observed commitments to interim nuclear accord

Iran has fully observed commitments to interim nuclear accord

Head of Majlis Studies Center Kazem Jalali said on Monday that the Islamic Republic of Iran has fully observed commitment to interim nuclear agreement signed with the six governments on November 24, 2013.

Jalali made the remarks in a meeting with visiting Foreign Policy spokesman of the German Social Democratic Party (SPD) Nils Anon. 
Iran spared no effort to demonstrate a very clear picture of its nuclear activities and clinching the final deal to this end depends on the realistic stands to be taken by the western governments, he said. 
Referring to deeply-rooted relations between the Iranian and German nations, Jalali said that the ground for expansion of all-out relations and cooperation between Iran and Germany is well-prepared. 
Jalali said that extremism and terrorism have found widescale dimensions requiring collective action by the international community to uphold the campaign against terrorism.
Foreign policy spokesman of the German Social Democratic Party (SPD), for his part, said German parliament welcomes expansion of political, economic and cultural relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran. 
Nuclear deal between Iran and G5+1 would lead to expansion cooperation between the two countries, Nils Anon said. 
The German MP called for speeding up the negotiations to reach the Comprehensive Agreement on the nuclear dispute.

   
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