TEHRAN, July 4 (Xinhua) -- An Iranian lawmaker said Sunday that the Islamic Republic will not continue talks with the world powers over its nuclear program if UN Resolution 1929 is materialized, the official IRNA news agency reported.
If Resolution 1929 and the anti-Iran sanctions become operational by G5+1 (including UN Security Council's five permanent members plus Germany), they should not expect Tehran to continue the nuclear negotiations, Alaeddin Boroujerdi was quoted as saying.
In the case of initiations of talks with the powers, Tehran Declaration will be the base for future negotiations, Chairman of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of Iranian Parliament told IRNA.
In May, Iran, Turkey and Brazil signed a joint declaration in Tehran to endorse a fuel swap, according to which Iran will ship most of its low-enriched uranium to Turkey in exchange for the 20 percent uranium fuel needed for its reactor.
If the fuel for the Tehran reactor was provided there was no need for the high grade uranium fuel production inside the country, he noted.
Boroujerdi urged Moscow, Paris and Washington to change their approaches towards Iran's "peaceful nuclear activities," IRNA said.
Earlier in June, the UN Security Council adopted a resolution to impose a fourth round of sanctions against Iran over its suspected nuclear program, which caused sharp reactions from Iranian officials.
U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday signed the new Iran sanction bill into law which is described by him as "striking at the heart" of Iranian government's nuclear ability.