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News ID: 690
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 8:39 - 07 April 2013
Tehran, YJC. Jalili has said that although disagreements exist, but building trust is a two-sided road.

Head of the Iranian negotiation team in the Iran-5+1 talks said in a news conference after the two-day sessions that differences exist in viewpoints, stressing the fact that as before, the Islamic Republic of Iran maintains its position on the right to enriching uranium.

"Two main topoics mentioned in the talks for building trust for the Iranian nation comprised of the recognition of the right to enrichment and putting an end to behavior that is indicative of enmity with the Iranian nation,” Said Jalili stated.

He added "We think that good negotiations were held and now that we have offered our new proposals, the 5+1 must show their will and honesty in taking appropriate actions to build trust.”

In answer to a question by Al-Manar reporter saying some countries in the talks represent Israel and asking for Iran’s message for these countries, Jalili said "In the multiple rounds of talks we pointed out that some members of the 5+1 sacrifice their nation’s good for others. We recommended that they do not sacrifice their interest for the Zionist regime.”

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