Tehran, YJC. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani spoke over the phone calls with political leaders of UK, France, and Russia over Tehran's nuclear case.
In a phone conversation to British Prime Minister David Cameron, Rouhani stressed Iran's definite right to the nuclear energy and pointed to the peaceful nature of Iran's nuclear activities.
He underlined that Iran seeks the removal of international sanctions on its economy as the way to come to terms with the six major.
He urged the negotiating sides to seize the existing opportunity to make a deal that would benefit all.
Also, speaking to Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Iranian president stressed the need for Iran and Russia to boost cooperation on the nuclear case.
He pointed out Russia's diplomatic efforts as a 5+1 member and called for more positive contribution by the neighbor country.
In another phone call to his French counterpart Francois Hollande, Rouhani underlined France's role in the ongoing nuclera negotiations.
It is expected of France to continue the positive role it used to play during the years 2003-2005, he stressed.