The best course of action in the nuclear negotiations is to move towards a win-win direction, as Iran will not give up its nuclear achievements, said Dr. Jalai, Head of the Majlis Research Center (MRC).
The best course of action in the nuclear negotiations is to move towards a win-win direction, as Iran will not give up its nuclear achievements, said Jalai, Head of the Majlis Research Center (MRC).
He made the remark at a meeting with the Australian Ambassador to Tehran, Paul Foley, yesterday.
At this meeting, Head of the MRC, referred to the new phase of nuclear negotiations currently underway with the P5+1, which was started since the new Administration took office in Iran and said that the western governments are expected to understand the current situation of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Jalali, a senior lawmaker from Shahroud Constituency said that the Parliament stands on the side of the government and supports it in its new approach to the outside world.
He underline that Iran’s nuclear program is fully of peaceful nature, adding that making nuclear bomb has no place in Iran’s defense doctrine according the Fatwa (religious edict) issued by Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei banning production, using and stockpiling nuclear weapons.
He noted that Iran, as a signatory of nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) reserve the rights to use nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.
Jalali further stressed Iran’s good faith in the previous rounds of nuclear negotiations with the P5+1 and said these talks are an opportunity should be optimally seized by the six world nations.
The Australian ambassador, for his part, said he was happy that his mission in Ian coincides with the period when Iran’s international status is improving.
Paul Foley called for further parliamentary relations between the two countries which endeavor to enhance level of relations between the two nations.
He also said his country welcomes nuclear talks between Iran and the West and believes that US President Barack Obama is determined to reach a deal with Iran.
Foley referred to his previous mission as Australiaˈs ambassador to Afghanistan before being assigned to serve in Tehran and expressed satisfaction over the life standards of the Afghan refugees living in Iran.
He also hailed the activities of the Majlis Research Center and was surprised that the Islamic Parliament of Iran receives such a resourceful supports in its lawmaking operations.
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