Iran Says Ready To Hold Successful Talks On Cooperation


Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Saeed Jalili says Tehran will offer “new initiatives” during the upcoming talks with the six major world powers(P5+1).

“Iran’s representatives will participate in the negotiations with new initiatives and we hope that the P5+1 countries will also enter talks with constructive approaches,” Jalili said.

“The language of threat and pressure against the Iranian nation has never yielded results but will lead to more seriousness in the attitude of the Iranian nation,” he added.

He emphasized, “We are ready to hold progressive and successful talks on cooperation.”

Jalili said a dialogue-oriented cooperation approach to ties with Iran will be successful.

The SNSC secretary noted that the P5+1 countries-the US, Russia, China, Britain, France plus Germany- need time to be ready for the talks.

In another development the secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council has said that all sides that are engaged in the Syrian issue should adhere to the principles of democracy.

The Islamic Republic of Iran has always emphasized that the Syrian issue should be settled through peaceful means and measures should be taken to prevent foreign interference in Syria’s internal affairs, Jalili stated.

“Iran believes that the mission of the UN envoy will be successful if it is based on the realities on the ground, and it should oblige all sides to adhere to the principles of democracy,” he added.

He lauded the Islamic Republic’s progress and accomplishments over the past year, particularly the production of fuel rods for the Tehran Research Reactor, and stated that the country should strongly defend its rights.

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