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News ID: 4534
Publish Date: 12:11 - 02 July 2014
Tehran, YJC. Iran’s Foreign Minister says the country will not compromise its technical advancements and the West would better consider that.

In an article published in Le Monde, Iran’s Minister of Foreign Affairs addressed the prospects of the country’s upcoming nuclear negotiations.

Zarif wrote "Today we have got a unique opportunity for talks with the P5+1. But it is to regret that there are still some on the opposite side who would not stop dreaming.”

"There is this political will to reach a comprehensive, long-term solution that is respected by both sides. But the negotiations can only become successful when the entire parties dedicate themselves to finding acceptable procedures which would be in agreement with the interim deal, that is, to guarantee that Iran’s nuclear program is exclusively peaceful as well as to remove the entire Security Council sanctions and the multilateral and national sanctions related to Iran’s nuclear program,” Mohammad Javad Zarif added.

He added "We are willing to guarantee that our nuclear program is exclusively peaceful. But we will not compromise our technical advancement or our scientists.”

"No one can go back in time. There has been sacrifice made. Today abilities have changed greatly than the past. There is know-how and expertise come by none of which could be forgotten. Pressure and sanctions have also proved ineffective,” he continued.


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