Dr. Jalali:

Zionist regime marginalized by confidentiality of Geneva talks

Head of the Majlis Research Center expressed hope that negotiating parties would remain sincere in keeping secret the contents of their newly-ended talks held in Geneva, Switzerland, on October 15-16.

Speaking exclusively to IRNA, Jalali said it was normal that Tel Aviv was to prevent reaching a conclusion of the nuclear talks as the Zionist entity is fully aware of Iran’s significant role as a regional and trans-regional power.

Jalali, also a member of Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, referred to the Zionist regime’s ancient hostility towards Iran and noted that since the Zionist entity is against Iran’s progress it therefore tries to weaken Tehran’s status at the international community.

Jalali urged the sextet (US, Britain, France, Russia and China plus Germany) to avoid informing the Zionist regime of the contents of the Geneva talks.

“We hope they (Group 5+1) would remain committed to their agreement with Iran and do not provide the Zionist regime with the information.”

The Zionist regime always acts like a deal-breaker at regional and international scenes, therefore, it would be useful to marginalize such a deal-breaker as much as possible, Jalali stressed.

After two days of serious talks in Geneva, Iran and the Group 5+1 representatives agreed to keep secret contents of their talks and meet again in Geneva on November 7-


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