31 October, 2017
The visitor showed interest in playing a more protagonist role in relation to the Comprehensive Plan of Joint Action or nuclear pact, especially after the statements by United States president, Donald Trump against the deal.
Iran has decided not to attend a United Nations conference on nuclear energy being held in the United Arab Emirates.
Salehi made his most recent remarks following meetings with Director of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Yukiya Amano, in Tehran.
It is scheduled that Amano, who is on a visit to Tehran, will also meet Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
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"We should not allow the (JCPOA), as an important achievement, to be undermined, and we must consolidate this important global commitment with full cooperation", the Iranian president added. The 2015 accord, signed by the Islamic republic as well as Germany, Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States, saw economic sanctions on Iran lifted in exchange for it curbing its nuclear activities.
"We called on the IAEA to continue their monitoring in accordance with the agency's statute and in an impartial and independent manner", Salehi said according to Iran's news agency Mehr. The 2015 accord included a ban on high-level uranium enrichment - 20 percent or more - that would take Iran close to the level needed for a nuclear weapon.
"So far, eight times, the IAEA has released reports that state that Iran has met its commitments fully", Salehi said.
"You object to our weapons, we are going to manufacture and store any kind of weapons we need", Rouhani said.