Realizing two objectives can help Iran-P5+1 strike nuclear deal

  03 February 2015    Read: 899
Realizing two objectives can help Iran-P5+1 strike nuclear deal
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Feb. 2 that if the country and the P5+1 holding talks on Iran`s nuclear program can achieve two main objectives, they will be able to strike a comprehensive deal, IRNA news agency reported.
Zarif explained that the two objectives are to grant that Iran`s nuclear program is peaceful, and to state in the final agreement that the entire sanctions on the country will be removed.

Stressing that based on the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Iran has a right to use the nuclear energy, Zarif said “we own this technology and no one can take it from us because our scientists have developed it.”

“We try to prove to the world and guarantee the fact that our nuclear program is peaceful,” he added.

The US and its Western allies suspect Iran of developing a nuclear weapon - something that Iran denies.

Iran and the P5+1 agreed to extend nuclear talks until July 1, 2015 after failing to meet the Nov. 24 deadline to reach a comprehensive nuclear agreement.

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