Video PlayerClose TEHRAN, Dec. 5 (Xinhua) — The Iranian Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) endorsed on Saturday the parliament-ratified “Strategic Action to Lift Embargoes” law, intended to reduce international monitoring of Iran’s nuclear program if embargoes on the country are not lifted in two months. “The aforementioned law does not create a specific issue that damages national interests,” a statement by the SNSC quoted by Tasnim news agency said. What is contrary to national interests and is a matter of concern, the note further said, is controversies that “undermine the dignity and status of the country’s legal institutions and damage national unity and cohesion.” The SNSC therefore called on all internal Iranian parties to end “fruitless quarrels,” and warned it will not allow national interests to be endangered by “political games.” The organ underlined that its secretariat has not been involved in the making of the law. All procedures, it further said, have taken place in accordance with the parliament’s regulations and customary norms. On Tuesday, the Iranian parliament passed the bill, which urges the administration of President Hassan Rouhani to take several steps to increase Iran’s nuclear activities for civil purposes, and may decrease international monitoring of these activities… Read full this story
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