Kamalvandi said Iran was fully prepared to resume its nuclear activities with a
greater speed prior to the nuclear agreement to compensate for the time that it
had put caps on its nuclear program for termination of sanctions.
"We are ready to compensate for restricted action [in nuclear program] immediately,” Kamalvandi told reporters.
On May 8, President Donald Trump officially withdrew the U.S. from the UN-endorsed nuclear agreement and reintroduced unilateral sanctions on Iran.
Iran has warned if its interests are not guaranteed under the nuclear agreement it would resume its nuclear activities with a greater speed.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said on Saturday that the three European signatories to the JCPOA and the EU had promised to offer a package of practical steps that would fulfill Iran’s demands, including on oil sales, payments for its oil and transportation.
Source: Tehran Times