Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 12
By Rahim Zamanov - Trend:Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that the West should regain the trust of the Iranian nation by accepting the realities on the ground.
He made the remarks in a televised interview, the IRIB reported.
"Talks with Tehran over the country's nuclear energy program should be based on mutual trust," he said.
Zarif also said the angry remarks by Israel and its supporters in the United States show that they're not happy about the considerable progress that was achieved during the latest round of talks in Geneva.
He further referred to the differences among the P5+1 members over the deal with Iran and said a large part of the talks was used to resolve their differences.
Iranian official's remarks come as the US Secretary of State John Kerry accused Iran of backing away from a potential deal in Geneva.