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Iran will not re-negotiate nuclear deal – deputy foreign minister Tehran will not re-negotiate its nuclear deal with the international community irrespective of whether or not it faces new U.S. sanctions following the election of Donald Trump, deputy foreign minister for legal and international affairs Abbas Araqchi said on Sunday. Throughout his campaign, Trump promised that once in office, he would seek a better deal with Iran or scrap the agreement altogether, however Tehran has said that it has no intention to re-negotiate the deal. “There will be no renegotiation and the (agreement) will not be reopened," said Araqchi, adding that "Nuclear talks with America are over and [that Iran has] nothing else to discuss." Araqchi made the remarks at a press conference in Tehran on Sunday, to mark the first anniversary of the implementation of the nuclear deal where he said that the 2015 deal had ruined attempts by the US and Iran’s enemies to portray a “false image” of the Islamic Republic using the country’s peaceful nuclear activities. Iran's agreement with the United States, France, Germany, Britain, Russia and China, known as the P5+1 countries, has permitted most U.N. sanctions on Iran to be lifted. Araqchi said that the bans had affected different parts of the Iranian economy but expressed optimism that progress was being made to normalise the situation in each sector, noting that while oil sales, shipping and other areas were back on track, the banking system had still not return to normal due to obstacles that were not covered by the agreement.