Iran Says It Won’t Be Rushed Into ‘Quick’ Nuclear Deal

Voice of America News reports: “Iran said Monday it will not be rushed into a ‘quick’ deal reviving its faltering 2015 nuclear accord with world powers, as negotiations remain deadlocked.

‘They demand that Iran makes a quick decision, (insisting that) time is limited and Iran must respond quickly,’ foreign ministry spokesman Nasser Kanani said at his weekly news conference, referring to Western parties to the nuclear deal.

Kanani said the Islamic republic will ‘not sacrifice the country’s fundamental interests… with a rushed process.’

It was being put under ‘psychological pressure and unilateral expectations,’ he said.

But ‘if the U.S. acts constructively and positively, an agreement is close,’ Kanani said…”

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