Larijani: Iran believes in win-win game on nuclear issue

Iran Materials 27 June 2006 12:20 (UTC +04:00)

(IRNA) - Secretary of Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Larijani said here Monday that concerning the nuclear issue, Iran believes in the win-win game and that attempts are made to this end.

Speaking to reporters after meeting the former Greek prime minister and Head of International Socialist Organization, Georgios Papandreou, he said that it is actually possible to come up with a reasonable and fair solution that will make both sides feel that they are winners, reports Trend.

In response to a question about the approach of the Foreign Relations Strategic Policy Council -- established recently on the decree of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei -- to SNSC, he said, "Such research centers which can help the trend of strategic affairs have always been interesting to us.

"To use the capacity of the newly-established council, talks have been held between the two organs to draw up strategic plans." Larijani said that the International Socialist Organization has a decisive role in solving significant regional issues, in particular the ongoing rows and promotion of international peace through constructive dialogues and establishment of justice.

Turning to his effective talks with the head of organization, he said that its role can be very effective in settling the problems.

The SNSC secretary hoped that Papandreou's visit to Iran will contribute to solving of the current problems and that its effects will also be evidenced at the regional and international levels.