Only one regime unhappy with nuclear talks – Rouhani
Baku, Azerbaijan, Mar. 4
By Khalid Kazimov - Trend:
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says that Iran is looking for a nuclear agreement that would benefit the whole world.
We hope that the Group P5+1 would adopt a wise approach to the talks, the president said, speaking of the Western countries negotiating over Iran's nuclear program.
Rouhani who was speaking during the cabinet meeting, stated that while everyone is happy with the nuclear talks, there is only one side that speaks against them, Fars news agency reported Mar. 4.
"An aggressive, occupying regime which finds its survival in war is unhappy and angry about the negotiations," he said.
"This regime is worried about regional peace; you can see that the Nusrah Front, with all the atrocity it commits, is supported by this regime."
He further stated "People all over the world, no less people in the US, are smarter than to [be fooled by] the soft words of a regime whose job has always been to make war. A regime which, despite all international regulations and away from the international watchdogs, has sought nuclear bombs, made bombs, stored a large number of bombs, and by not signing the Non-Proliferation Treaty, does not allow IAEA inspectors to visit its nuclear facilities."
Rouhani asserted that the Islamic Republic has always pursued a plan for a nuke-free Middle East in the United Nations.
"Accusations against Iran are made by a regime which has attacked its neighbors time and again, killing innocent people, and targeting children in Gaza. This regime, which is in fact a terrorist government, is now talking of peace and of future hazards, while it has been the greatest hazard to the region," the Iranian President pointed out.
He noted "Such words will not affect the will of nations or governments. The basis in our negations with the world is goodwill versus goodwill, honesty versus honesty, certainty versus certainty, and trust versus trust."
Edited by CN