Foreign Minister Zarif stated Wednesday that Tehran would reverse the suspension if all the signatories fulfill their obligations under the agreement.
Iranian state TV announced earlier in the day that the Islamic Republic would be suspending several commitments within the nuclear deal, adding that the authorities had delivered letters from President Hassan Rouhani explaining the move to ambassadors from the United Kingdom, France, Russia, China, and Germany.
President Rouhani has stated that after a 60-day period the country will scale back on more commitments and start increasing uranium enrichment levels.
He also stressed that the collapse of the deal would be dangerous for the country and the whole world.
Commenting on the Iranian decision, French Defence Minister Florence Parly said nothing would be worse than Iran withdrawing from the deal, also warning that the re-launching of sanctions would be on the table if Tehran fails to comply with the agreement.
Addressing the issue, other signatories to the deal — Russia, China, France, Germany, and the UK — confirmed they would not pull back from the accord, urging Tehran not to leave the accord.