Sunday, January 23, 2011

Iran is optimistic about future talks with world powers

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Sunday that Iran was optimistic about the outcome of future negotiations with world powers.
He made the remarks during a public rally in Rasht, in northern countries.
However, the Iranian president added, negotiations should be aimed at recognizing the right to civilian nuclear technology to Iran and other countries.
For the upcoming talks lead to progress, it is essential that the world powers agree to comply with "law and justice," Ahmadinejad said.
The six world powers contained in the table, the five permanent members of Security Council of the United Nations (USA, Russia, China, United Kingdom and France) plus Germany, have concluded in Turkey talks with Iran, without any headway in the key.
Iran does not expect that disputes relating to its nuclear program are resolved into four or five sessions, recognized the Iranian president.
Iran is ready to cooperate with the powers, he added, saying it was in the interest of the West, given that Iran had managed to acquire nuclear technology and that nothing could compel to halt its advance.

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