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Aalaeddin Boroujerdi:

G5+1 must change policies in talks with Iran

Service : Politic
Tehran, Feb 24, (ICANA) – Chairman of Majlis Commission on National Security and Foreign Policy Aalaeddin Boroujerdi said Sunday that pursuing previous policies by the G5+1 countries during the upcoming talks in Kazakhstan would bear no result.
Sunday, February 24, 2013 4:09:07 PM
G5+1 must change policies in talks with Iran

Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the Majlis open session Sunday, Boroujerdi said, “Iran is not concerned about the upcoming talks as it follows a clear and transparent logic and accepted the talks as it did in the past.”

“If the other side participates in the talks with a logic which is based on the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and the rugulations of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Iran’s negotiating team will act accordingly should it witness signs of interaction instead of confrontation,” stressed the MP.

Asked if the anti-Iran sanctions would be among the topics to be discussed in Iran-G5+1 talks in Kazakhstan on February 26, Boroujerdi said Iran considered the sanctions as illegal and illegitimate and will raise the issue during the talks.

“Regarding Iran’s nuclear issue, the US is not acting based on the Article VI of the NPT which requires disarmament of nuclear weapons in order to remove international concerns,” said the MP.

 “The US is trying to develop new generation of nuclear bombs while it has already possessed several thousands of such bombs,” Boroujerdi said.

He stressed there would be a spirit of logical interaction in Kazakhstan talks if the other side (the G5=1) pursued a policy of interaction instead of confrontation and stop repeating its previous words.

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