Selin ATAY-TDO- Joe Biden's government, which won the U.S. presidential election, must compensate for the damage caused by Donald Trump's policy of "maximum pressure" on Iran so that it can contact Iran, Iranian Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bakir Kalibaf said.
Mohammad Bakir Kalibaf, who attended a session of the Iranian parliament on Sunday, shared his views on the United States presidential election.
In his speech in parliament the Speaker of Iran's Parliament Kalibaf stressed that Tehran strictly complies with all obligations required by the nuclear agreement, according to reports from the Iranian Atomic Energy Agency. Saying that Iran has done its part Kalibaf added that during the Biden era, the U.S. government must comply with the obligations of the nuclear deal and lift sanctions.
"If Joe Biden really believes in the agreement he signed with Iran as the second name of the previous government, he should apply unfulfilled obligations without preconditions so that he can interact with Iran within the framework of the nuclear agreement member states in accordance with the principles set by the Iranian leader. It must also compensate for the damage the Iranian people have faced in recent years, caused by the US government's failure to meet its commitments."
The steps the Biden government will take are essential for them, Kalibaf said. "Although we are not optimistic about this, we will be pleased if we see in practice that the oil sales process, banking activities and trade of Iranian companies are normalized with the world, " he said.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said in a statement that the Biden government must "make amends for past mistakes." The Iranian President also noted that Iran has suffered about $ 150 billion in losses as a result of U.S. sanctions.
Biden announced during his campaign that if he won the election, he would return to the nuclear deal signed with Iran when he was an aide to former U.S. President Barack Obama.