Iran wants successful Geneva talks - Ahmadinejad aide
Iran wants Thursday's talks with six world powers in Geneva to be successful, an aide of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Tuesday, Reuters reported.
"The Geneva talks are a golden and a unique opportunity for the American government," Ali Akbar Javanfekr, Ahmadinejad's press adviser, said in a statement to Reuters.
"These talks between Iran and world powers can open a new window of understanding and cooperation based on justice and peace for both sides," he said.
He also stressed that the West had to change its approach towards the Islamic Republic. Western countries suspect Iran wants to develop nuclear bombs, a charge Tehran denies.
"These talks are a very precise test to prove the West's honesty and their commitment to change," Javanfekr said. "After these talks the ball will be in the West's, and especially America's, court."