Iran hints at nuclear concessions with Iran (Adds comment from French)

Iran hints at nuclear concessions with Iran (Adds comment from French) “We will definitely be able to have nuclear agreement,” Rouhani told the Iranian parliament on Wednesday, his first public comments si바카라사이트nce the U.S. announced an easing of sanctions on Iran on Tuesday. “We will be able to talk about it in the near future. fundas huawei p30 lite They (US officials) didn’t even talk about it with us, but the US has just announced that it wants to be able toapronx talk about it.” Rouhani also said “nuclear weapons are not only for peaceful purposes” but also to protect the country’s borders and the population, according to the semiofficial Mehr News Agency. fundas samsung galaxy a40 “In our state, you will hear that you are living a quiet life [saying the name of the capital Tehran],” he said, according to Mehr. custodia cover iphone Rouhani also noted the Islamic Republic had to ensure that “the nation and the people of the world are safe from these weapons. fundas samsung galaxy s8 We do not need to use them to destroy the world or any human being. … I want the world to know that I have absolute confidence and confidence that they will never use them.” The presidential aide of President Hassan Rouhani (R), Mehdi Bahrami, attends a meeting with예스카지노 Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (R) in Tehran, Iran, June 2, 2017. custodia iphone REUTERS/Ali Abbasi JAVAD ZARIF (U.S.), the U.S. secretary of state for regional and counterterrorism policy, gave the signal on Tuesday that Washington was considering a “more significant shift towards negotiations” in the wake of a United Nations General Assembly vote for new sanctions on Iran’s ballistic missile program. Iran’s foreign ministry said it did not comment on political discussions but said on Wednesday: “I agree with the comments of our top military expert. We agree and work hard in all fields,” deputy foreign minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said on state television. The United States and Israel both voiced cautious support for efforts to pursue a negotiated solution. Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon told a briefing that Iran must avoid provoking the United States by “making any statements or actions that undermine the process or that could threaten the success of that process.” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Iran of “destabilizing” the region in a speech in Washington on Wednesday.

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