( IRNA ) - Iran's top nuclear negotiator said here Tuesday night the atmosphere prevailing over settlement of Iran's nuclear case has moved towards rationalism.
The Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Secretary Ali Larijani was speaking to reporters at Tehran Mehrabad International airport upon arrival from his seven-day visit to European states.
"Now there is a precise and rational framework (for settlement of Iran's nuclear case). This opportunity should be used properly," he said.
Pointing to his two rounds of talks with the EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana in Madrid, Spain, he said, "Solana raised ideas which need more expert work."
He said, "During the talks, we have pursued topics transparently and clearly in an attempt to reach consensus on issues where there are differences of view."
Referring to his talks with certain European officials, Larijani referred to them as "effective figures who can play a role in resolving Iran's nuclear case."
The SNSC secretary said the Iranian nation insists on preserving its nuclear rights and stressed, "We have strived to safeguard the (nuclear) achievements."
In response to a question on continuation of talks with Solana with respect to previous negotiations with Europe which were suspended by Western states, he said, "Even the Group 5+1 ( Russia, France, China, Britain and the US plus Germany) now talk about good results of Berlin negotiations.
"They stress that even today there exists potentials to make use of Berlin agreements."