MPs vow not to let US impose illegitimate demands on Iran

TEHRAN, May. 08 (MNA) – A number of Iranian MPs have written a letter to Iran’s Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei saying that they will not let the US impose its “illegitimate demands” on Iran, calling for maintaining unity.

According to the website of Iran’s Parliament “Khaneh Mellat,” the MPs state that Iran nuclear deal with the world was aimed at lifting sanctions and opening in Iran’s economy, neither of which has been fulfilled despite Iran fully compliance with the deal.

According to Iranian lawmakers, the United States has done all it could to deprive Iran from the benefits of the deal.

They continue to announce that no matter from which political faction they are, they will not allow the enemies to misuse the Iranian people’s trust and impose their legitimate demands.

The lawmakers’ statement, which was issued a while before the US president announced he will pull the US out of the nuclear deal with Iran, called on the Iranian government to vigorously retaliate against the enemies’ actions.

At the end, in addition to emphasis on the unity among all the government officials, they declare that there must not be any renegotiating the JCPOA.

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