(IRNA) - IRI Ambassador to France, Ali Ahani, stressed here on Wednesday night that Iran's nuclear policy is quite clear and Iran has never been after acquiring an A-bomb, heeding its responsibilities, reports Trend.
In response to a reporter's question whether there is any relation between Iran's nuclear dossier and that of the North Korea, he said, "There is absolutely no such relation. That is because we have no atomic contract with North Korea.
He emphasized, "We are not after acquiring the atomic bomb, because we believe nuclear arsenals cannot ensure the security of any country."
Ahani added, "We are basically a strong promoter of nuclear disarmament at global level and proposed it at the UN General Assembly, but the EU did not approve of the ratification of that resolution.
The Iranian envoy who spoke in French throughout the interview, added, "We believe all NPT members, including Iran, are entitled to be benefitted of the nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.
Ahani said that continuing the negotiations is the only way towards crisis solving, adding, "The EU3, (Javier) Solana, and the 5+1 group have all been very serious in holding talks, and the dossier remains open."
The Iranian ambassador singled out two significant points in Iran's dossier, including Iran's rights based on the NPT, and the other one ensuring the world that the program is entirely peaceful.
Stressing that Iran does not favor military confrontation, since negotiations is always possible, he said, "Forwarding Iran's dossier to the US Security Council was neither legal, nor of technical value, but merely politically motivated."