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MP: Fulfillment of Tehran's Demands Could Save Nuclear Deal

MP: Fulfillment of Tehran's Demands Could Save Nuclear DealMP: Fulfillment of Tehran's Demands Could Save Nuclear Deal

Any suggestion of progress in talks between Iran and Europe on saving the 2015 nuclear deal is just a nicety, because the only way out of the current impasse is fulfillment of Tehran's major demands, a senior lawmaker says. 
"The European side wants Iran to stop its nuclear plans and Iran is looking for a major development in regard to the issue of sanctions, meaning that it wants to be able to sell its oil and carry out financial transactions," Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh told ICANA in a recent interview. 
Falahatpisheh was referring to European demands that Iran stop scaling back its commitments under its nuclear agreement with world powers, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.  

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