Zarif to brief MPs on recent N-talks

TEHRAN, May 23 (MNA) – Iran’s FM Zarif is due to participate a closed-door session of Majlis to inform MPs of latest nuclear talks.

Accompanied by his deputy, the Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will take part in Sunday’s meeting of lawmakers in Parliament behind closed doors to brief MPs on latest developments in negotiations over Tehran’s nuclear program.

Mohammad Hossein Farhangi from Tabriz constituency told reporters that after excessive demand made by westerners, a session is needed for harmonizing the Parliament with the administration.

According to the Member of Parliament’s presiding board Mohammad Hossein Farhangi, the two Foreign Ministry officials will outline the latest developments regarding nuclear negotiations.

Senior Iranian nuclear negotiators Seyed Abbas Araghchi and Majid Takht-Ravanchi are just off from the fourth round of the talks closed on Friday as they call this stage very slow because of the vast areas of disagreement.

On Wednesday the Leader of Islamic revolution declared that Iran would never permit any inspection of its military sites or interview with its nuclear scientists.

President Rouhani, in line with other Iranian officials had already drawn the red line in inspections, saying no to any attempt to scrutinize Iran’s R&D projects.

A new round of meetings for drafting nuclear deal will resume on Tuesday in Vienna.


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