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Kazem Jalali:

P5+1 should drop anti-Iran rhetoric, avoid threats

Service : Politic
Tehran, April 26 (ICANA) – Spokesman for the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee Kazem Jalali has called on the six world powers involved in negotiations with Iran (P5+1) to learn from their past mistakes and try to win the Iranian nation's trust.
Sunday, April 29, 2012 2:56:48 PM
P5+1 should drop anti-Iran rhetoric, avoid threats

Jalali on Thursday described the latest round of the talks between Iran and the five members of the P5+1, Britain, China, France, Russia, the United States and Germany, held in the Turkish city of Istanbul on April 14, as “constructive,” stressing that the Istanbul talks were based on respecting Iran's nuclear rights.

Jalali also attached great significance to the next round of the talks between Iran and the six powers in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad on May 23, and called on the group to show their goodwill and begin to win the confidence of the Iranian nation through avoiding the language of threats against Iran and trying to bring about the removal of the sanctions imposed on the Islamic Republic.

The P5+1 should stay on the path of dialog, the Iranian legislator pointed out, further saying both parties can enjoy mutual cooperation in regional and international issues in case such an ideal is realized, Jalali noted.

Iran has always had on the table options to lead a way out of the impasse in the P5+1 negotiations, he said.

“The Western states have now recognized that they cannot speak to Iran with a language of sanctions and threats,” he concluded.

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