Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who was sworn in for a second term earlier this month, called the nuclear deal "a sign of Iran's goodwill on the global stage".
After Larijani announced the vote results, lawmakers shouted: "Death to America".
A total of 240 lawmakers voted for the bill, out of the 244 parliamentarians present.
"The Americans should know that this was our first action", Iran's parliament speaker Ali Larijani said after stating that the majority voted for a package "to confront terrorist and adventurist actions by the United States in the region", as quoted by AFP. The Quds Force leads Iran's military role in Syria and Iraq.
As well, the bill allocates a budget of about $5 billion to what is termed as "reinforcing the country's defensive power, improving deterrent its power, countering terrorism, increasing Iran's diplomatic leverage and intelligence capabilities, safeguarding the regional stability, supporting the IRGC, development of nuclear propellers and boosting Iran's defensive capabilities against possible nuclear attacks".
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The plan would require Iran's government and armed forces to draw up a strategy to counter U.S. violations of human rights around the world, and to support Iranian bodies and individuals affected by U.S. sanctions.
The deal eased sanctions on Iran in exchange for curbs to its nuclear programme and was endorsed by a United Nations resolution.
Mr Trump has recently backed away from his key campaign promise to withdraw from the nuclear agreement.
"The bill has very wisely tried not to violate the JCPOA (nuclear deal) and also give no chance to the other party to manipulate it", Araqchi said.
"Iran boasts potential and actual options to confront hostile U.S. actions", said Araqchi.