Speaking in an interview with Mehr, Ebrahim Nekoo provided comments on statements by some pro-government analysts necessitating the offering of some advantages to the West over the Iran-Six Powers talks and said "The advantage we give according to such a strategy must not be taken from the nation’s principals and rights. Within a structure of advantages given to the West, the negotiations over investigations by the IAEA can be improved.”
Member of the Economic Committee of the Majlis added "What the international community must respect today is the rights of nations. Acquiring the nuclear technology was a right which we have already passed and cannot be reversed.”
He further said "According to a strategy followed by some political analysts, we must give some advantage to the Western countries, but avoid making demands, in order to force the West to change its behavior against Iran under the pressure of public opinion.”
"We must take care that the advantage we give within this strategy is not taken from our principals. We can give this advantage in terms of more cooperation with the agency inspectors and their investigation of nuclear infrastructure,” Nekoo pointed out.
He added that by increasing the number of visits by IAEA inspectors to the nuclear infrastructure, Iran’s healthy nuclear activities will be known to the world and Western states would be obliged by the public to change their policies against Iran.
He asserted "Given advantages is acceptable if it means a win-win situation; but we must take care that it doesn’t mean giving up on the nation’s principals and rights.”