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دوشنبه 28 خرداد 1397 | الاثنين 4 شوال 1439 | Monday 18 June 2018
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  • Iranian FM: striking final nuclear deal needs Sextet's resolve Iranian FM: striking final nuclear deal needs Sextet's resolve
    دوشنبه 24 شهریور 1393 ساعت 15:29

    Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif expressed confidence that the 5+1 group can resolve their nuclear standoff with Iran and strike a final deal with the country if they really intend to do so. "If the other side shows real resolve to settle the problem over Iran's nuclear issue, we can obtain results at the earliest," Zarif said in a meeting with his North Korean counterpart Ri Su-yong in Tehran on Sunday, FNA

    Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif expressed confidence that the 5+1 group can resolve their nuclear standoff with Iran and strike a final deal with the country if they really intend to do so. "If the other side shows real resolve to settle the problem over Iran's nuclear issue, we can obtain results at the earliest," Zarif said in a meeting with his North Korean counterpart Ri Su-yong in Tehran on Sunday, FNA reported. He further complained that the West has imposed a set of sanctions against Iran, while the Islamic Republic has never sought to develop military nuclear program and it believes that all countries which possess atomic weapons should be disarmed. Zarif underscored Tehran's firm stance on pursuing a peaceful nuclear drive, and said, "Yet, no one in Iran accepts to give up the Iranian nation's inalienable right for the sake of the unfair sanctions, while the Islamic Republic of Iran won't allow the western states to display an incorrect image of Iran which is opposed to nuclear weapons." His remarks came as Iran and the The 5+1 group are scheduled to resume negotiations over a final deal on Tehran's nuclear program in New York on September 18. On September 1, Zarif and Ashton met in Brussels, Belgium, to discuss the process of the ongoing nuclear talks. After his negotiations with Ashton, the Iranian foreign minister said that he was optimistic that the issues related to the Iranian nuclear technology could be resolved within the time framework of the November 24 deadline. Last November, the two sides signed an interim deal in Geneva, which took effect on January 20 and expired six months later on July 20. In July, Tehran and the six countries agreed to extend negotiations until November 24 after they failed to reach an agreement on a number of key issues.



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