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Experts propose Iran-EU3 negotiations to be reviewed

IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency

Tehran, Aug 3, IRNA
Iran-EU3-Nuclear
Head of Majlis Research Center and MP from Tehran, Ahmad Tavakkoli here Wednesday said that the experts attending the nuclear technology conference proposed to review the process of Iran-EU3 negotiations.

The one-day nuclear technology conference, as a symbol of national determination, was held by Majlis Research Center at the Foreign Ministry Center for Political and International Studies on Monday August 1.

"Those attending the conference, who reiterated the need for Iran's access to nuclear technology, believe that the issue should be settled without the interference of the three European countries of France, Britain and Germany," he added.

The MP named the strategies presented during the seminar including the need for transparency of nuclear programs and process of negotiations for the people and the educational elite, belief in the potentials of Iranian scientists, preparing theoretical and conceptual foundations, growing investment in nuclear technology, ending the present critical condition of Iran's peaceful nuclear dossier and changing it into a normally technical issue.

Tavakkoli noted that the participants believed that during the conference, the process of negotiations were incorrect, given that they mainly aim to put an end to Iran's nuclear activities.

"According to specialists, so long only the foreigners have been the target of transparency based on secret diplomacy, while it should mainly be applied on the domestic scene.

"Some experts criticize the lack of any definite national strategy on nuclear negotiations and say that some officials do not accept the high potential of young Iranian scholars to the extent that a number of university researchers intend to migrate," he concluded.

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