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    Uncertainty in Iran about Nuke Deal

    November 24, 2014

    Tehran: First vice-president of the Iranian Parliament (Majlis), Mohammad Mohsen Abutorabifard today urged world powers to negotiate with Iran and avoid excessive demands, while uncertainty increases about an accord as the deadline has been met.

    Abutorabifard advised Group 5+1 states (the UN Security Council permanent members, plus Germany) to avoid halting a correct decision be made in Vienna nuclear talks, which should conclude tomorrow with an accord.

     

    Accordintg to the vice-president of the Iranian Parliament, if Western states failed to adopt a reasonable approach during the talks, they would cause some challenges for the negotiations. He totally rejected that they are putting forward excessive demands against Iran's legitimate rights to use nuclear energy with peaceful purposes.

     

    The 10th round of talks between Iran and the G5+1 began on November 18 and should conclude on November 24, when its marks a year of teh interim agreement signed by the parties in Geneva, and concludes the deadline agreed to reach a comprehensive and final accord to complement the previous one.

     

    Due to the lack of tangible progress in different format talks between the negotiators, Abutorabifard predicted that the failure in reaching an all-inclusive agreement would benefit Iran at middle and long term, but it would be chiefly against the interests of the West and the United State.(KH)

     

    Last modified on Monday, 24 November 2014 06:08

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