No end to sanctions, no nuclear deal: Iran Prez
Iran said that it would only approve a deal over its debated nuclear program if world powers simultaneously boosted all sanctions charged on it.
The comments and decision by President Hassan Rouhani were given the day after US President Barack Obama was forced to give Congress a say in any future deal, including the right to ban the lifting of sanctions imposed by US legislators.
Boosting the duty of a highly aggressive Congress pushes an element of dilemma into the final stages of negotiations between major powers and Iran aimed at denying Tehran’s nuclear ambitions in exchange for sanctions aid.
A treaty between Iran and the six world powers was reached in Switzerland on April 2, and targeted at clearing the way for a final settlement on June 30.
However, different judgement have come over what was agreed in the framework, implying that denying a final agreement will be tough, even without the added confusions of Congress.
Many Congress leaders have been highly important of the US-led discussions, supporting Israel, which has said the scheme proposal will not avoid Iran from developing atomic arms.
Iran has never greeted nosy inspections and has in the past kept some nuclear sites secret.