‘France’s destructive stances will remain with Iranians’

Young journalists club

News ID: 4278
Publish Date: 15:41 - 29 May 2014
Tehran, YJC. Head of National Security Committee says while Iran is extremely cooperative with the IAEA, it will not forget France’s unfriendly approach.

Alaeddin Boroujerdi speaking in interview with the Islamic Consultative Assembly News Agency pointing to the French Foreign Minister on Iran’s delay in cooperating with the IAEA said "Following quite a few negotiations between the IAEA members and the Islamic Republic of Iran there has been good results comeing about.”

The Head of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the Majlis said "The statements made by the French foreign minister point to the old destructive policy of the country in the case of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s nuclear program.”

The Boroujerd representative to the Majlis added "French had a destructive impact on the meetings prior to the Geneva agreement where, influenced by the Zionist, it tried to prevent any agreement.”

"Let the country know that the nuclear talks will end in an agreement one day and the destructive stance of France will remain in the memory of the Iranian for ever and it will influence the future cooperation of the two countries,” he exclaimed.

He added "Countries such as China and Russia adopt sensible approaches to Iran’s nuclear case, but the US and the Western group have to know that the Islamic Republic of Iran owns the know-how and if the talks fail to do lack of regard for Iran’s nuclear rights the failure will be registered on their tab.”

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