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Alaeddin Borojerdi:

Iran won't let P5+1 talks delay exercising rights

Service : Politic
Tehran, June 18, (ICANA) – Chairman of Iran's Majlis Commission on National Security and Foreign Policy Alaeddin Borojerdi says the Islamic Republic will not await the outcome of the P5+1 negotiations to exercise its legitimate rights on uranium enrichment.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 3:38:49 PM
Iran won't let P5+1 talks delay exercising rights

Insisting that uranium enrichment is Iran’s right under the Article 4 of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), Borojerdi said Monday that “it would be in the interest of Westerners to cooperate with Iran rather than oppose it.”

The lawmaker further noted that Iran has been exercising its enrichment rights, adding that “pressures have not led us to abandon our rights and we have been successful in resisting them.”

Borujerdi also emphasized that the P5+1 powers “are negotiating with Iran today as a country that holds membership in the global nuclear club,” and it would be to their benefit to interact rather with than confront Tehran.

Referring to the future of the Iran-UK relations, he reiterated that the Majlis remains adamant about the reduction of Tehran-London ties, since it continues to regard Britain’s policy towards Iran as hostile.

“Until there is a change of attitude on their part, we must not revise our policy either,” said the lawmaker.

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