TEHRAN, Feb. 06, 2014 (FNA)- Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani underlined that the conditions and atmosphere of the talks between Iran and the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, Britain and France plus Germany) indicate that a final deal is possible among the seven countries.
It is now believed that final agreement will be possible in light of talks and good intention as well as mutual interest and the atmosphere is now ripe for this, Larijani said in a meeting with visiting Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt on Wednesday.
He added that the negotiating parties should not prevent Irans access to peaceful use of nuclear energy through bargaining.
Larijani said signing up to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and the Fatwa issued by Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei that use of nuclear arms is religiously forbidden, all indicate Irans resolve to use peaceful nuclear energy.
In relevant remarks on Wednesday, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister and senior negotiator in talks with the world powers Seyed Abbas Araqchi announced that Tehran and the Group 5+1 have agreed on a one-year deadline to reach a final deal to settle their dispute over Irans nuclear program.
"The final step of negotiations will start one month later and based on the Geneva agreement it shouldnt take more than a year," Araqchi said.
Asked if the Geneva agreement inked by Iran and the world powers recognizes the countrys right of enrichment, he said, "Enrichment is our inalienable right and we dont need them to recognize it; our enrichment doesnt depend on anyones permission."
Meantime, Araqchi underlined that the Geneva agreement assures that the final step will include an enrichment program for Iran.
On November 24, Iran and the world powers sealed a six-month Joint Plan of Action to lay the groundwork for the full resolution of the Wests decade-old dispute with Iran over its nuclear energy program. In exchange for Tehrans confidence-building bid to limit certain aspects of its nuclear activities, the Sextet of world powers agreed to lift some of the existing sanctions against Tehran and continue talks with the country to settle all problems between the two sides.
Then after several rounds of experts talks on how to enforce the agreement, Iran and the six major world powers finalized an agreement on ways to implement the deal.
On January 20, a confidential report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said that Iran has halted its 20-percent enrichment activity under the Geneva deal. Hours later the US and the EU removed part of their sanctions against Tehran.