New York, September 21 (QNA) - Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said today that Tehran was serious about negotiations to restore the nuclear agreement, stressing that his country does not seek to possess nuclear weapons.
Addressing the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, Raisi said his country was serious about nuclear negotiations and proved that there is a great and serious will to resolve all issues if their rights are respected.
He added that his country has no plans for developing nuclear weapons.
With regard to the guarantees that his country demands to return to the 2015 nuclear agreement, the Iranian president said that this is based on its experience with the United States after its withdrawal from the nuclear agreement in 2018 under former President Donald Trump.
Raisi called on all parties to the 2015 nuclear agreement to fulfill their obligations and provide guarantees, noting that Iran signed the agreement in good faith and fulfilled all its obligations.
He added that his country stressed during all rounds of negotiations the need to ensure that the US does not repeat its unilateral withdrawal from the 2015 agreement as former president, Donald Trump did in 2018.
He also called for a verification of the lifting of sanctions in a practical way that allows foreign companies to invest in Tehran. (QNA)
21 September 2022
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