Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani dismissed Washington’s demand for renegotiating the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and the world powers, warning the US that it is paving a wrong path. “Our negotiations have ended on the nuclear issue and the nuclear deal and the Americans are saying things for bargaining to create more possibilities for themselves but they are paving a wrong path”, Larijani told reporters in the Southern city of Shiraz on Wednesday. He underlined that if the other side shows disloyalty to the nuclear deal and harms Iran’s interests, his country will take appropriate decisions to adopt countermeasures. His remarks came after Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warned that if the US and other states party to the 2015 nuclear deal defy their undertakings, Tehran will revive its halted or restrained nuclear activities with capabilities more advanced than the pre-agreement era. “If Europe and Japan and Russia and China decided to go along with the United States, then I think that will be the end of the deal”, Zarif said in an interview with The Guardian and the Financial Times newspapers conducted in New York and published late September.