Foreign Minister Mr Mohammad Javad Zarif has vowed revenge against Israel for an attack on Iran’s main nuclear facilities at Natanz.
The Minister added that it will not stop high-level talks to restore the country’s nuclear deal with world powers.
In a private meeting with Lawmakers on Monday, Mr Zarif pointed out that top Israeli officials explicitly said they would try to prevent multilateral efforts to restore the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, which would lead to lifting United States sanctions on Iran.
He vowed revenge against Israel, saying Iran would not fall into its trap by refusing to engage in talks that could see unilateral US sanctions lifted.
The Foreign Minister also promised Natanz will be built stronger than before, using more advanced centrifuges.
Israel has not officially accepted responsibility for the attack but has imposed no censorship restrictions on its wide coverage by local media.