Iran-5+1 talks should seek thorough solution - foreign minister
( IRNA ) - Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said here Tuesday that Iran's talks with 5+1 on its peaceful nuclear activities should be comprehensive and serious, adding that they should be objective-oriented and aim to come up with a thorough solution.
Mottaki made the remark at a joint press conference with his Afghan counterpart, Rangeen Dadfar Spanta.
Turning to his talks with the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon on the sidelines of Arab League summit in Riyadh, Mottaki said, at the meeting, it was stressed that conditioning Iran's nuclear talks on suspension of enrichment for its start or outcome, will be useless.
Iran has already experienced suspension and believes that the other parties should move on in the frameworks of new realities, he said.
"If they have something new to talk about, we have repeatedly declared our readiness for comprehensive and unconditional talks," he said.