Tehran (IP): The chief of staff of the Iranian president said that the framework of the Vienna talks was approved by the system of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Presidential Election would not affect it.

Iran PressIran news: Speaking on the sidelines of the cabinet meeting on Wednesday in response to Iran Press' question regarding the impact of the Presidential Election on Vienna talks, Mahmoud Vaezi said: "Foreign policy in most countries is separate from factional and political issues. The principles of the Vienna talks are based on the framework set by the Leader of the Islamic Revolution."

He also stressed that the number of agreements on many issues, including economic issues during the Vienna talks, was high, and due to the importance of the talks, the Presidential Election should not affect the talks.

The negotiating team in Vienna has announced that Iran must meet all its demands in the agreement, and therefore negotiations are continuing to resolve the remaining issues, and we hope that good news will be announced in the next few weeks, Vaezi added.


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