Iran prefers negotiations to preserve its rights
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran, April 9, IRNA
Senior Presidential Advisor Mojtaba Samareh Hashemi said on Tuesday that Iran prefers to hold bilateral or multilateral talks to uphold justice and remove tyranny.
Speaking to reporters on the occasion of Iran's National Nuclear Day, he said Iran has declared that it will never make a compromise on the country's nuclear rights and this does not mean that the doors to negotiations are closed.
Referring to the meeting of the Group 5+1 in Shanghai, he said Iran has time and again stated that it welcomes any types of talks leading to promotion of justice and removal of misunderstanding.
Iran is now playing an active role in establishing mutual and multilateral relations at international level, he said.
On reactions of UK and France to installation of 6,000 centrifuges at Natanz nuclear facilities, he said these are repetition of revious words and that they should offer reasonable and justifiable reasons to the world.
Members of Group 5+1 is not the whole world, the world community also includes NAM members as well as Islamic countries which have supported Iran's peaceful nuclear program, he said.
Countries like France and Britain assume that the global community is restricted to Group 5+1 and consider themselves as the whole world, he said.
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