Jan 8, 2014, 3:06 PM
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Geneva deal changes West's approach towards Iran

Tehran, Jan 8, IRNA – Deputy Foreign Minister Majid Takht-e Ravanchi said Wednesday that the Geneva deal reached between Iran and the Group 5+1 has turned West’s policy of confronting with Iran into interaction with the country.

Addressing a meeting here on impacts of the Geneva deal, the diplomat said that the agreement which was made on November 24, 2013 in the Swiss city, has reversed West’s approach towards Iran.

He added after the Geneva deal, enemy has admitted that Iran has the right to pursue a domestic nuclear program for peaceful purposes .

Continuation of Iran’s enrichment activity is another achievement of the Geneva deal, Takht-e Ravanchi added.

He said that breaking the mechanism of West’s unfair sanctions against Iran was the third achievement of the Geneva deal.

”A number of the sanctions are to be removed following the implementation of the Geneva deal,” said the diplomat.

Experts of Iran and Group 5+1 organized a mechanism or a joint plan of action for implementation of bilateral agreement reached between Iran and the world Sextet (US, Britain, Russia, France and China plus Germany).

The experts have proposed January 20 for implementation of the joint plan of action.

He added that failure of the West’s Iranophobia project as a result of the Geneva deal was another achievement of the deal as it made it clear that Iran is an influential country in the region.

According to Takht-e Ravanchi, signing of the Geneva deal has led to a row between US and the Zionist regime.

The political circles in Washington are now facing the question whether Washington and Tel Aviv share the same interests and are their national interests in one direction, said the diplomat.

He stressed that the Geneva deal was the outcome of the policy of the President Hassan Rouhani’s administration for having constructive interaction with the world countries.

The Geneva deal was made about four months after President Rouhani’s government came to power, he said.

He added that a large number of political and economic delegations from European countries have flooded to Iran after the Geneva deal voicing willingness to promote bilateral ties with the country.