Speaking at an international forum in Doha, Kamal Kharazi, senior adviser to the Supreme Leader of Iran, called the conclusion of an agreement on the Iranian nuclear program “inevitable.”

Kharazi added that everything depends on the “political view of the United States.”

According to Kharazi, it is necessary for Washington to remove the status of a “foreign terrorist organization” from the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), because, according to him, the IRGC is “a national army and it is unacceptable if the national army is considered a terrorist group.”

In turn, the U.S. Special Representative for Iran, Robert Malley, said that he was not sure that a deal on the Iranian nuclear program would inevitably be concluded. He noted that the United States is interested in reaching an agreement, but for success it is necessary to address other problems in relations between the United States and Iran, as well as Iran and the region.