'The U.S. has accepted Iran’s nuclear enrichment right in written, which dates back to about three years ago' Ali Larijani.(TAZ).
Iranian parliament speaker Ali Larijani says the international sanctions are effective on the national economic problems just 20 to 30 percent.
“The remaining is pertinent to our internal problems,” Iran’s Mehr news agency quoted Larijani as saying June 12.Referring to the ongoing nuclear talks with the P5+1 group, Larijani said that the Iranian nation back the country’s negotiators and the West should know that they are facing a nationwide support.
“The U.S. has accepted Iran’s nuclear enrichment right in written, which dates back to about three years ago. However, U.S. officials now say that external pressures have forced Iran to come to the negotiation table. They say so, because they think that this is the Iranian nation which needs negotiation.”
Elsewhere in his remarks, Larijani said the administration should pave the way for boosting domestic production.
Iran’s blueprint to neuter the sanctions and stimulate growth is its economy of resistance, proposed by Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.
It calls for establishing a knowledge-based economy relying on domestic capacities and cutting dependence on oil revenues that have emerged as the principal tool of Western powers to pressure Iran.
Senior representatives from Iran and the P5+1 countries continued talks on June 11 in Vienna over the text of a potential comprehensive deal between the two sides.
Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council – Russia, China, France, Britain, and the United States – plus Germany are in talks to hammer out a comprehensive nuclear deal by June 30, a deadline set by the negotiating sides themselves.