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Nuclear Energy: Iran Just Wants to Be Like Israel, India, and Pakistan

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Iranian newspaper clip from 1968 reads: "...

Iranian newspaper clip from 1968 reads: “A quarter of Iran’s Nuclear Energy scientists are women.” The picture shows some female Iranian PhDs posing in front of Tehran’s research reactor. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Foreign Minister and Top Negotiator in talks with the world powers Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined that the Islamic Republic insists on the restoration of its rights to use nuclear technology and is meantime, prepared to remove the concerns of the other sides.

Iran insists on its technology and rights and meanwhile, we are ready to obviate others’ concerns,” Zarif told Iranian reporters after meeting EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton in Geneva on Sunday.

Asked about the remarks made by a number of European officials on the contents of the talks between Iran and the world powers, he said, “The points said about the understanding and differences (between the two sides) are not so much based on reality since we speak about a plan on the whole.”

“It is a rule in the negotiations that while you haven’t agreed on everything, you haven’t agreed on anything,” Zarif said.

Before ending talks with the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, France, Britain and China plus Germany), the Iranian foreign minister told reporters Iran and the six world powers are close to striking a deal over Tehran’s nuclear standoff with the West and should now start writing the agreement.


Written by voiceoftruthusa

November 10, 2013 at 4:21 pm

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