Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdollahian urged Western powers to make their final decision on reviving the nuclear deal, stressing that Tehran’s final decision is to stick to its red lines.
Abdullahian’s statement came during a meeting with his Austrian counterpart, Alexander Schallenberg.
“If our final choice is between no agreement on the one hand and transcending the interests of the Iranian people, which we see as the red line on the other, Tehran’s choice will certainly be to respect national interests and not to cross borders. The logical and legitimate red lines of the Islamic Republic of Iran,” the Iranian minister said. “
He added that finding and maintaining a balance between rights and responsibilities is an important element for the continuation of any agreement, adding that “Western parties must be wary of the economic terror they are currently in. son They must make their final decision on whether they want to commit or not to implement and end their inaction and breach of contract, or maintain this approach, keeping issues unresolved under unacceptable pretexts and without determining their fate.
He stressed that the launch of media campaigns by the three European countries and the United States to achieve the goals they seek in the negotiations by means outside the negotiating table did not affect the Iranian negotiators’ mission to protect the interests of the great Iranians. people.”
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