The Iranian officials will present a proposal which will take national interests and rights into consideration after reviewing Europe's proposal, Majlis Speaker Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel said here Sunday.
The European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana on June 6 presented a new package of incentives to Iran which has been approved by representatives of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council -- Russia, China, Britain, France and the United States -- plus Germany in exchange for Tehran's suspension of enrichment, reports Trend.
In a pre-agenda speech at Majlis, Haddad-Adel said, "We welcome resumption of talks with Europe and regard it as a victory.
"First of all, this victory belongs to the Iranians because it showed Iran cannot be treated with a language of threat.
"The West knows that Iran will not make decision in an atmosphere dominated by a psychological war."
He added, "The issue can also be regarded as a win for Europe showing its independence. It can lead to settlement of issues through negotiations while preserving independence of international organizations.
"We are interested in peace, understanding and negotiations.
Such talks do not mean that we will receive a closed package and they (5+1 group) expect us to accept.
"The Europeans made remarks and now they should be ready to listen to our words"
The speaker stressed, "Preconditions are not rational in talks.
It will be meaningless that the Europeans should set preconditions (for Iran) when the both sides are going to discuss the principle of Iran\'s use of peaceful nuclear energy.
"The side which announces its desired result as a precondition shows it practically has no belief in talks.
"Confidence is a mutual issue. We are ready to build confidence as we have taken confidence-building measures before. But we expect the Europeans to adopt an attitude leading to Iran\'s confidence in them."
He said, "Confidence-building should not deprive Iran of its rights."
Addressing himself to the American people, he said "Since the US administration supports crimes of the Zionist regime; it has no prestige among world nations."
Haddad-Adel condemned atrocities of the Zionist regime in Gaza Strip and its massacre of the Palestinian people and expressed his sympathy with the Palestinian government and nation.
He also urged all Iranian organizations to implement ratification of Majlis, stressing, "Majlis insists on implementation of its ratifications."