Iran’s Adviser to the Leader of the Islamic Revolution for International Affairs Ali Akbar Velayati said that the snapback mechanism must be omitted as an irrational term in any possible negotiations.
In an interview with KHAMENEI.IR, Velayati said Imam Sayyed Ali Khamenei had set the conditions and requirements for implementation of the nuclear deal (officially known as the c), noting that some of these conditions were not fulfilled.
“What the Leader identified, some of it was done and some of it was not done,” the Iranian official said as quoted by Mehr news agency.
“However, if those conditions had been met, the course of events in relation to nuclear activities would have been different,” he added.
Referring to Imam Khamenei’s dissatisfaction with the inclusion of the snapback mechanism in the JCPOA, Velayati said, “From the beginning, the Leader was not satisfied with the issue of the snapback mechanism, and it was done against his will.”
“The snapback mechanism must be omitted as an irrational term in any possible future negotiations,” he stressed.
Source: Iranian media