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News ID: 1683
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 13:58 - 18 July 2013
Tehran, YJC. Foreign Ministry says that sides must attend the nuclear negotiations with good will and that Iran is willing to resume relations with the UK.
Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesman Abbas Araqchi said in response to UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs William Hague regarding the country’s willingness to improve relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran "As the President-elect stated, the policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran is to expand relations with all EU countries, the UK included, based on mutual respect. The President-elect has stressed constructive cooperation with the world from an equal stand and based on mutual interests and respect as well as reconciliation and mutual trust.”

He added "Accordingly, the Islamic Republic of Iran will answer constructive, well-intended steps with like manners.”

Araqchi also pointed to Ashton’s recent meeting with the Six Powers and said "The Islamic Republic deeply believes that understanding can come about only through sincere talks which are based on goodwill as well as a dialogic, cooperative outlook and that sanctions have proven ineffective.”

He stressed Iran’s adherence to international conventions in preserving security over diplomatic personnel in embassies and said "Iran enjoys complete security for the activities of foreign embassies and their diplomatic personnel and will always be responsible in its duties and commitments.”

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