Ali Adiani, vice-chairman of Majlis Energy Commission, made the remarks here on Tuesday while elaborating on the Commission session deliberations with Salehi on the issue.
Salehi along with his deputies attended the Commission session and first briefed the lawmakers about the process of implementation of the July 2015 nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Adiani said.
The parliamentarian noted that Salehi, also, presented a report on the AEOI plans and its deals with several organizations and world countries, including Russia, in line with the national interests and within the framework of the international regulations and the JCPOA.
According to Salehi, Iran fulfils its commitments within the framework of the international deal with the six world powers, adding the country naturally faces disloyalty from some members of the deal.
Adiani concluded his words by pointing to the eight-billion-euro agreement inked between Iran and Russia to launch two power plants, stressing that the deal with such a high investment in an infrastructural project to be implemented in a decade is a record.