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26 September 2018 - 18:32
News ID: 403
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 12:23 - 07 March 2013
TEHRAN, YJC. A Tehran University faculty member has said that in the past year the US has made de facto agreement as to uranium enrichment by Iran.

Ebrahim Mottaghi, Associate Professor in International Relations at the University of Tehran Faculty of Law and Political Science, says that the US has for the first time accepted some policies of Iran in the Almaty talks, Mehr News Agency reported.

Believing the US to have smoothened its outlook toward Iran, Mottaghi said "The aura that was established in Almaty and is to be followed at the expert level on March 17 and 18, must be considered as laying ground for a change in US nuclear policy towards Iran.”

Mottaghi also believed that Obama’s approach to US limits must be realistic if the limits are to fit Iranian policies. "This means that on the one hand Iran does not have any inclination for developing nuclear weapons, which can be followed from the Iranian nuclear fatwa, and on the other hand the US has made a de facto agreement on uranium enrichment in Iran,” he added.

Mottaghi also said that although a new trend is started, there would be many logjams on the way to a desirable outcome.

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