Negotiator: Embargo to be lifted on first day of implementing N. deal
ISNA - Iranian Students' News Agency
Sat 4 Apr 2015 - 09:21
TEHRAN (ISNA)- Senior Iranian nuclear negotiator said Lausanne statement includes lifting sanctions on Iran and continuation of Arak Heavy Water Reactor activities.
"All of our red lines specially easing sanctions and continuation of Arak Heavy Water Reactor activities was heeded in the recent draft statement signed in Lausanne," Abbas Araqchi said.
He further noted that certain solutions were found but no deal has been made so far. "The solutions should be written. We have started it and we wrote a draft and we are continuously working on it. The draft is our written document."
Araqchi continued that Iran resisted against excessive demands of the other side and insisted on its demands.
The Iranian negotiator noted that Iran would continue enrichment, research and development of Ir6 and Ir8 heavy machines. "Arak Heavy Water will continue its activities and Fodrow will act as a nuclear center."
Iran would also keep thousand of its centrifuges in Fordow site, he said, adding all embargo would be lifted since the first day of implementation of the nuclear deal to be concluded and signed later.
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