'I believe the nuclear deal is going to last, ' Iran's top diplomat said.
When asked about the new USA administration's tough rhetoric on Iran's role in the region and calls to review a nuclear deal a with major powers, he said Iran did not respond well to threats.
Zarif, who is now on a visit to Germany to attend 2017 Munich Security Conference, made the remarks during a meeting with a number of Iranian academicians living in Germany.
Even the Trump Administration seems to have come backed away from the claim, even if they used it as a pretext to impose new sanctions against Iran.
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"To Iran, I say, if you want us to treat you differently then stop building missiles, test-firing them in defiance of United Nations resolution and writing "Death to Israel" on the missile". We don't respond well to sanctions, but we respond very well to mutual respect.
Mohammad Javad Zarif prompted laughter from a crowd of trans-Atlantic military and political officials at a global security conference on Sunday by observing that " tweet is now very fashionable" before answering whether his country was concerned about the possibility of more USA sanctions.
Murphy, who serves on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, also said the USA will have to decide its level of involvement in Iran. "We respond very well to arrangements to reach mutually acceptable scenarios".
"Iran is a bad actor in the greatest sense of the word when it comes to the region", he said. "That's a mixed message".
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They were imposed little more than a year after Iran's landmark nuclear deal with world powers went into effect.
Worldwide monitors report that Iran has stuck to its commitments and dramatically reduced its nuclear capacity.
Zarif once again dismissed any suggestions his country would ever seek to develop nuclear weapons.
"We are not going to produce nuclear weapons, period", Zarif said.
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