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Iran Says Success Of Moscow Talks Depends On Mutual Trust

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Iran’s Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi says the progress in the upcoming round of negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 group in Moscow depends on the establishment of mutual trust and the adoption of ‘wise’ policies.

Salehi expressed hope that Iran-P5+1 talks in the Russian capital would proceed in an atmosphere of mutual trust, goodwill and wise policies between both parties.

The Iranian foreign minister elaborated on Tehran’s principled, transparent and clear policy on its inalienable right to enjoy nuclear energy for civilian purposes, while being committed to international rules and regulations.

Salehi further pointed to the fatwa (religious decree) issued by Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei against nuclear weapons, stressing that Tehran and the P5+1 can settle matters in a way that guarantees the rights of the Iranian nation.

Iran’s Foreign Minister also said that the ongoing political developments in the region serve the interests of Muslim nations, particularly Palestine, with Israel and its supporters being the main losers.

Salehi said that the emergence of new governments based on the regional people’s determination “will further strengthen the anti-Zionist resistance front.”

Referring to sensitivity of regional conditions and serial plots hatched by Israel and its supporters to create rifts among regional nations, the Iranian foreign minister underlined the “need for more unity among various Palestinian groups to fight the Zionist enemy.”


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