Renegotiation of JCPOA not possible: Velayati

TEHRAN, Oct. 16 (MNA) – Iranian Leader’s Aide Ali Akbar Velayati said on Monday that not only we won’t negotiate over the nuclear agreement signed in July 14, 2015, but also it won’t ever be recited.

“There will be no revision of the JCPOA agreement,” said Ali Akbar Velayati, the Iranian Leader’s aide, on Monday, on the sidelines of a ceremony to unveil a new book on Ayatollah Khamenei’s thought system.

The Iranian official told the media that “there will be no second edition of negotiations for the JCPOA and we won’t even recite it for the Americans.”

Dismissing any chance for having Iran sit on negotiation table over its nuclear program, Mr. Velayati reacted to US President Trump’s efforts to repeal the signed treaty. “The talk are over and now it is the time they comply with the terms of the agreement,” he turned down flat the call of Trump for changing the nuclear agreement.

Many analysts around the world believe that Trump’s rhetoric against the landmark agreement between Iran and 5+1 group of countries is intended to bring gains and advantages for the US.


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