Kazem Jalali says:

Full support should be extended to the negotiating team in the fight against world domination

Head of the Islamic Parliament Research Center (IPRC), Kazem Jalali underlined the heavy duty shouldered by Iran's nuclear negotiating team.

He said full support should be extended to strengthen morale of the negotiating team that has risen against the west domination to defend the rights of the Iranian nation.
Kazem Jalali, made the remarks on Sunday February 22 in an interview with IRNA on the eve of the new round of multilateral nuclear talks underway between Iran and major world powers in Geneva.
He said "Presence of Ali Akbar Salehi, Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran in the current phase of nuclear talks is of great significance as he can actually help resolve certain ambiguities that may exist in the technical course of negotiations."
Member of the Parliament Standing Committee on National Security and Foreign Policy reiterated that the Islamic Republic of Iran has shown its firm will in the course of the negotiations to reach a final deal, but the outcome of negotiations is largely dependent on the sincerity of the US and other major powers in the course of negotiations.
Jalali said that nuclear talks cannot be left idle and that the world powers should show political will to end the nuclear standoff.
He stressed " we have learnt from our past experience that if a final deal is to be drawn, it should be made in one single phase without any room for later interpretation, as we have witnessed before."
Jalali expressed hope that such experience would not recur in this round of negotiations in order to be able to reach a final comprehensive accord.


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