Official: Iran never to accept renegotiating JCPOA

Shiraz, Sep 19, IRNA – Supreme Leader's Advisor for Strategic International Affairs Ali Akbar Velayati said on Tuesday that the Islamic Republic of Iran under no circumstances will accept to renegotiate the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Speaking to reporters, he said nuclear talks were very prolonged and no offer for its revision or its change by any party is acceptable, Velayati said.

On regional developments, he said Iran's stances accordingly are crystal clear which include support for territorial integrity of all countries in the region, including Iraq, Velayati said.

Polling in Kurdistan as part of an independent country like Iraq will lead to the disintegration of the country and the Iraqi government along with the Islamic Republic of Iran and the international community are opposed to such move, he said.

If this to be initiated, it will affect other countries and create a foothold for the infiltration of Zionists and Americans leading to weakening countries in the region through fanning the flames of ethnical disputes, disintegration and unrest, he said.

The US, Zionists and a number of Arab countries who played direct role in Syria's unrest failed to disintegrate the country, but it was Iran and its allies who triumphed and now they seek to mastermind an ethnical violence under the guise of independency to disintegrate these countries, but will fail as the Islamic Republic of Iran will be against them.


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