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Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 11:54 - 19 December 2013
Tehran, YJC. Foreign Minister says his team will continue nuclear negotiations as long as they are OK with the Supreme Leader.

Iran’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad Javad Zarif who was speaking in the University of Tehran in answer to Geneva agreement opposers said "I have to tell my friends to pay attention to the text rather than to propaganda. Whenever the Supreme Leader decides that we abandon the negotiations, we will obey with pleasure. Because I believe that we must be consumed into the state and the Leadership.”

"There is this norm with US whenever someone would like to sign a nuclear contract with the country, it will have to make concessions. Even the UAE which is the most intimate country to the US has agreed that it will never have a nuclear program, whereas the US has recognized Iran’s right for enrichment,” he maintained.

In answer to an objection made on the pretext that Iran has lost half its 20-pct uranium Zarif said "The uranium processing is retrievable. As the IAEA has said for the first time in 3 years, the 20-percent uranium has even surpassed 200 kg.”

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