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Alaeddin Boroujerdi:

5+1 should change policy of confrontation to interaction

Service : Politic
Tehran, May 20, (ICANA) – Chairman of the Iranian Parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi said Iran hopes that the Group 5+1 accept to change its policy of confrontation to the policy of interaction, given the realities on the ground and the fact that Iran has mastered this science and owns this technology."
Sunday, May 20, 2012 2:40:06 PM
5+1 should change policy of confrontation to interaction

"The parliament, government and Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) are committed to the country's national interests, while they also believe in reaching an understanding with this group (5+1 powers)," Boroujerdi said on Sunday.

"Also, given the recent developments in France and the (closeness) of presidential elections in the US, the Group 5+1 (the five permanent UN Security Council members plus Germany) are somehow interested in an understanding (with Iran)," he added.

Meantime, he warned that Israel and the Zionist ruled White House do not want the talks to conclude results and reach an end. "As you can see these negotiations continue for numerous sessions due to the allegations which are mostly raised by the Americans."

One cannot expect the negotiations between Iran and the six world powers to end in Baghdad, but the meeting could serve as a beginning to an end, the senior lawmaker said.

"Both Tehran and the world powers are keen to reach an understanding in the upcoming round of their talks in Baghdad on Wednesday, but meantime reiterated that Tehran will not give up even an iota of its nuclear rights in the negotiations,"he said, and added, "Naturally, coming close to a final understanding will be as much possible as this goodwill is seen in the opposite side."

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