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‘Iran is honest in nuclear talks’

'Iran is honest in nuclear talks'

“Iran was always honest in nuclear talks and is not responsible for any faliour in the process of negotiation,” said one of the members of Supreme Leader Assembly of Experts.
“Iran was always honest in nuclear talks and is not responsible for any faliour in the process of negotiation,” said one of the members of Supreme Leader Assembly of Experts, Hojjatol Islam Val Moslemin Seyyed Mojtaba Taheri Khorram Abadi, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).

The religious cleric underscored that Iranian officials tried their utmost to reason the standing nuclear problems out, sparring no effort in this arena.

“Taking the cognizance of main values and red lines of Islamic Republic of Iran, they sit at talks with 5+1 group members so as to obviate the existing obstacles,” underscored Hojjatol Islam Val Moslemin Seyyed Taheri Khorram Abadi.

The religious scholar put stress on this very line that western countries has no choice except accepting Iran’s absolute right.

The next round of talks between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council – Russia, China, France, Britain and the US – plus Germany is slated for November 20 in the Swiss city of Geneva.

The Geneva meeting will be held with the Israeli regime exerting intense pressure on Western countries to a possible nuclear deal with Iran.

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