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News ID: 2098
Publish Date: 10:10 - 11 September 2013
Tehran, YJC. -- In a TV talk show the president has discussed his policies on the nuclear case, Syria, and a number of other issues.
"Syria is the front line of resistance, " stressed Hassan Rouhani in a show talk on the national TV last night,

Rouhani also stressed that the western nuclear negotiators will not be given unlimited time to arrive at a conclusion.

"Our logic in foreign policy is different from the past " pointed out Rouhani, adding " our foreign policy began with a good move. Guests from more than 50 countries attended the inauguration. "

Pointing out that the nuclear case must end in a win-win situation, he said "I think it will begin with our foreign minister meeting a number of foreign officials," further saying "the world must know there is no unlimited time to solve the case, they must use the time and we will do as well "

Rouhani also pointed to his two trips in the near future, saying " the first trip will be to Kyrgyzstan where I will meet the President of Russia. "

"My other important meeting will be with the president of China , with which me will have important relations, "

He also said that he has been invited by the UN Secretary General to attend the General Assembly .

He also pointed to the Iran-5+1 talks and said " They requested that we'd meet in the sidelines of the UN General Assembly . The preparations have been made by Iran for the meeting, the first thing was to assign the responsibility of the talks where I said the Foreign Ministry must take on the job. "

pointing to recent changes in Syria he said that the enemy has always tried through ethnic clash and terrorism to afflict the region, to which it has recently added allegations of the application of chemical arms.

He expressed optimism that the odds of a war striking on Syria have greatly lowered, pointing out that Iran welcomes efforts everywhere to prevent war.
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