Speaker: Iran to Take Proper Action against US Violation of N. Deal
“The Americans have shown disloyalty in the past and present and, specially in the current era, they think that if they fight against the nuclear deal, it will benefit them while it will harm them,” Larijani told reporters in Tehran on Tuesday.
Stressing Iran’s high potentials in the nuclear field, he said that the country can change the conditions rapidly.
Larijani warned Washington in sarcastic remarks that Tehran could narrow down the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspection of Iran’s nuclear installations if the Americans continue violating the deal.
“We monitor their behavior precisely and will take proper action. We adopt necessary decisions in related parliament commissions and will study them rapidly in open sessions,” he said.
In relevant remarks on Monday, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi blasted certain US officials’ remarks against the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and the world powers, stressing that Iran has plans to reciprocate any violation of the internationally-accepted agreement.
“We don’t feel worried about any kind of behavior of the US and others and we have foreseen contingency plans for any possible scenarios,” Qassemi told reporters in Tehran, commenting on Iran’s possible reaction to the possible approval on Tuesday of a new sanctions law against the Islamic Republic by the US House of Representatives.
“We can implement our policies based on reciprocal action and continue our path,” he said, expressing the hope that the ruling system in the US would be wise enough to avoid creating new problems for the US people and themselves.
Asked if Iran would take part in talks with the new US administration over issues other than the nuclear deal, Qassemi said “the wall of mistrust between us is tall and solid” and an indicator of the two sides’ behavior.
“Unfortunately or fortunately, the US has showed in practice that it cannot be trusted and they have helped this wall of mistrust grow taller by rocking the boat and disloyalty to the nuclear deal,” he added.