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Iran MP in meeting with German FM official

Iran's Nuclear Issue Has No Technical, Legal Problem

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TEHRAN, July 27 (ICANA) – Member of National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of the Iranian Parliament (Majlis) Mostafa Kavakebian has deplored extensive political-propaganda pressures against Iran over its peaceful nuclear program and said: "Iran's nuclear issue has neither technical nor legal problems; the only thing here is that it is politically motivated."
Thursday, July 28, 2011 10:42:20 AM
Iran's Nuclear Issue Has No Technical, Legal Problem

Speaking in a meeting with the visiting Director General for Middle East Affairs of the German Foreign Ministry Boris Ruge here Wednesday, the Iranian lawmaker said the Iranian parliament supports promotion of political, economic and cultural ties with Germany.

He said the parliaments of Iran Germany should work more to strengthen bilateral relations. He also urged Berlin to adopt an independent stance in the service of its people's interests and not let its relations with Tehran be overshadowed by ambiguous issues.

Kavakebian also stressed that the continued sanctions against Iran were ineffective and had only become a factor for more progress in scientific and technical fields. He said the West, including Germany would be harmed more by the sanctions.

Deploring West's dual policy on different international issues such as terrorism, the senior lawmaker urged Berlin to extradite terrorist PJAK leader Rahman Haj-Ahmadi, who is reportedly residing in Germany.

The German official said in the meeting with the Iranian MP that the two countries enjoyed high potentials for development of relations. He said political differences always exist and must be settled through dialogue.

Commenting on the sanctions against Iran, the German official said his country was not happy with the sanctions.

Iran has urged Germany to prosecute leaders of the Party for Free Life of Kurdistan (PJAK) as Tehran seems determined to continue its strikes against the terrorist group.

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Ahani on Wednesday called on German authorities to seriously confront PJAK members in Germany, given the group's terrorist attacks against Iranian civilians and armed forces.

Chairwoman of the Human Rights Committee of Iran's Majlis (parliament) Zohreh Elahian has written a letter the German Federal Parliament, criticizing Berlin's failure to meet its international commitments in the fight against terror and its granting refuge to Haj-Ahmadi.

She also asked Germany to hand over the PJAK chief to Iran so that he could be brought to justice.

Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned the German charge d'affaires in Tehran this week to voice Iran's strong protest against the presence and free activity of the terrorist group in Germany.

The IRGC has deployed 5,000 military forces in the northwest of the country along its common border with Iraq's Kurdistan, and has been fighting the PJAK terrorist group over the past weeks.

Members of the PJAK -- an offshoot of Turkey's outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party -- regularly engage in armed clashes with Iranian security forces along the country's western borders with Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.

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