Head of Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission said on Tuesday that the UN nuclear watchdog should not expect Iran to give response to any claims.
Citing the modality agreement Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency signed last year to resolve the outstanding issues, Alaeddin Boroujerdi told IRNA that the agreement envisaged to end the dispute upon the responses Iran delivered to the outstanding issues and it could not remain open forever.
"Signing the modality agreement between Iran and the agency aimed to end the dispute after Iran responded to the outstanding issues and should not remain as an open gate forever," he said.
"The modality plan called for resolving the outstanding issues and coming to conclusion in a specified manner and not the otherwise which has been left open for future allegations of the United States." He said that the US should not be given the chance to raise new claims against Iran at the IAEA and the agency must not expect Iran to respond to all the claims coming one after the other.