FM: Iran seeks "win-win" scenario in nuclear talks
Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct.6/ Trend R.Zamanov/
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that Tehran seeks a "win-win" scenario when nuclear talks resume this month with world powers.
Iran's foreign minister also stressed that any nuclear deal should allow Tehran to maintain its uranium enrichment but in return provide greater assurances that the program remains peaceful.
Mohammad Javad Zarif made the remarks in an interview with Iranian television broadcast late Saturday, the IRNA News Agency reported.
Zarif said that his country is ready to give the opportunity to the United States to prove its goodwill toward the Iranian nation.
He added that the historic outreach between the two countries is a test for Washington.
Zarif stated that Washington must understand that pressure and sanctions are not effective when it comes to the Iranian people.
The Iranian official also said that Tehran will not allow the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to toy with Iranian nation's future.