Larijani: Sanctions, resolutions not correct language to talk with Iran
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran, April 26, IRNA -- Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani said on Monday that language of sanctions and resolutions is not a proper language for dialogue and interaction with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
In a meeting the Brazilian foreign Minister Celso Amorim, Larijani said that raising hue and cry will not affect the firm determination of the Iranian nation.
Larijani said that providing fuel for Tehran medical research reactor is a simple subject, but, the big powers are trying to complicate the issue for their benefit.
Larijani underlined Iran’s readiness for talks about the topic.
He expressed pleasure with the growing trend of Iran-Brazil ties in all fields, and said that strengthening cooperation and convergence will help solve certain international issues.
He underlined the significance of parliamentary cooperation to help promote bilateral relations and said that parliamentary cooperation can play a crucial role in this respect.
Amorim, for his part, said that his country is interested in developing ties with Iran.
Underlining his country’s support for Iran’s nuclear program, he noted that Iran has the right to have its peaceful nuclear program.
"The only solution to Iran’s nuclear issue is dialogue and talks," the Brazilian official said.
"Sanctions are a negative move which will not produce a specific thing."
End News / IRNA / News Code 1079746
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