Iran’s Foreign Minister said: “According to the deal struck between Iran and the P5 +1, Iran’s right to enrich has been expressed in an agreement, Natanz, Fordow and Arak facilities will also continue their current activities.”
Mohammad Javad Zarif in an interview on the deal struck between Iran and the P5+1 with Mehr News Agency said: “Iran’s right to enrich has been recognized in the final document and will be a part of the program.”
He also added: “Natanz, Fordow and Arak will continue their current activities.”
Zarif also asserted: “Sanctions will not increase but will be reduced and one on four pages of the agreement is dedicated to the sanctions.”
Minister of Foreign Affairs stressed: “Since we don’t need the 20percent uranium we are not going to produce it for 6 months.”
According to Zarif, Iran’s enrichment right has been recognized in two places in the text.
Mehr’s correspondent has also been informed that according to the text of the agreement Iran oil embargo was halted, oil sales will maintain its current level and there will be a full relief of sanctions on petrochemicals.
Sanctions on automotive industry, gold and precious metals, insurance and transportation have been lifted completely. The right to enrich in action and speech will be formally preserved and nuclear program’s structure will be fully maintained.