Dialogue between Iran and USA to Ensure Iraq’s Security Will Not yield any Results: British Politician

Politics Materials 14 February 2008 19:37 (UTC +04:00)

Azerbaijan, Baku, 14 February /corr Trend D.Khatinoglu / The issue that Iran ceased its dialogue with the USA with regards to Iraq's security, is the indication that it will not yield any positive results. "The dialogue between Iran and USA, regarding ensuring Iraq's security, will not yield any results," British Alirza Hurizadeh reported to Trend.

The Foreign Minister of Iraq, Hushiyar Zibari, stated on 14 February that Tehran has postponed the next discussions between Iran, USA and Iraq. Zibari did not divulge the reasons behind that. The security discussions are postponed by Iran, for almost the third time.

Hurizadeh reported to Trend by telephone from London that due to the contradiction between Iran and USA, these discussions will not continue and yield any results. "Supporting radical forces in Iraq and raising its authority in this country, Iran tries to paralyze the activities of the US military forces, but the USA tries to isolate Iran and also does not give an opportunity to Iran to possess nuclear technology," Hurizadeh said. According to him, when contradiction exists between the two countries, the discussions on ensuring the security of the third country can not bring to wishful results.

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