TEHRAN, June 29 (MNA) -– Member of the Majlis Presiding Board Hamid Reza Hajbaba’i said here Monday that in future Iran-Europe negotiations, the government will not give any more concession to Europe, nor will the Majlis allow the government to do so.

Saying that Iran has always welcomed negotiations for resolving issues and clearing up misunderstandings, Hajbaba’i said in the upcoming Iran-Europe negotiations, Tehran will certainly insist on two points: firstly that Iran will act within the framework of legal rules and secondly calls for the closure of its nuclear dossier at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors next meeting.


Any delay in closing Iran’s nuclear dossier or the raising of new pretexts will be considered as an attempt against national interests and the country’s peaceful nuclear technology, he noted.


Iran considers enriching uranium and producing centrifuges as its inalienable right and despite an insistence by Europe for prolonging suspension of uranium enrichment activities, Iran will do its job, he argued.


If Iran is going to negotiate with Europe on suspension of its nuclear activities, it should be conditional and a subject to time, the member of the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission told the Mehr News Agency.


Iran should suspend the uranium enrichment program provided that Europe gives guarantees that Iran’s nuclear dossier will be closed at the next IAEA Board of Governors meeting, he further noted.



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