Iran: Draft law to resume all nuclear activities
Iranian lawmakers want to draft an urgent bill to resume all nuclear activities in the country in response to the extension of sanctions
Iranian Faris News Agency revealed that the Iranian lawmakers want to draft an urgent bill to resume all nuclear activities in the country in response to the extension of US sanctions against Tehran.
The agency said on Friday that Iranian MPs intend to prepare an urgent draft law to resume all nuclear activities in the country in response to the US Senate’s decision.
It added that the deputies stressed on the need to have a serious answer in the face of the US Senate’s decision.
On Thursday, the US Senate voted unanimously to prolong the 1979 sanctions against Tehran by another 10 years.
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