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Time For Pressure Tactics Over, Says Iran’s Top Nuclear Negotiator

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Iran’s top nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili has warned that any miscalculation by the West in its upcoming talks with Tehran will thwart the success of the negotiations.

“We expect measures [by the West] to gain the trust of the Iranian nation in Baghdad,” Jalili, who is also the secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC), said.

Jalili further highlighted Iran’s logical stance on talks and cooperation, adding, “The time for pressure tactics is over.”

Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council also said that American and European people are no longer willing to pay the price of their governments’ support for Israel.

“Today, Europe and the United States are facing serious challenges from their people for supporting the Zionist regime [of Israel] and the Western supporters of the Zionist regime have no answer for their people,” Saeed Jalili noted.

He added that the Zionist regime has become weaker and more isolated than any time before and its cries resemble the last moanings of a dying person.

“Distance from the Zionist regime, has become an index for winning votes in the Western and Arab worlds,” he stated.

Jalili emphasized that the supporters of Israel can have no claim to advocating democracy, peace, and human rights.

He noted that victory is close for the Palestinian people, adding, “Palestine belongs to the entire world of Islam and should be liberated.”



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