Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 3 / Trend. S. Isayev, T. Jafarov
The majority of Americans say that Iran's nuclear issue should be solved peacefully, Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said in an interview to IRIB News, regarding his NY visit.
The minister described the Iranian delegations visit to New York as positive and a proper opportunity to voice out Iran's message of peace to the world nations.
He mentioned a recent poll conducted in the US, according to which, 75 percent of the Americans believed in diplomatic and peaceful solutions to resolve the nuclear dispute.
"It is while several months ago, the American nation had different views," Zarif said.
Referring to the speech of Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the UNGA, Zarif said Netanyahu and other warmongers were to ruin the chance of reaching an understanding.
Iran would not let them reach their goal and meddle in the process of nuclear talks, Zarif said.
The aim of the Israeli premier and other warmongers is not to let the talks reach breakthrough, said Zarif stressed "we don't let them achieve their goal."
As for intensive meetings he held in New York on the sidelines of the UNGA session, Zarif said officials of other countries were enthusiastic to hear Iran's stands on important international and regional developments.
Zarif arrived in New York on September 18 prior to the arrival of President Rohani who also left NY earlier than the foreign minister on September 28.
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