Swiss proposalon Iran's nuclear program worth study: Majlis speaker

October 14, 2007

TEHRAN (IRNA) -- Parliament Speaker Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel said here Thursday evening Swiss proposal on Iran's nuclear program is worth studying.

""In a meeting with Swiss Parliament speaker, he presented a positive proposal regarding continuation of our negotiations with the IAEA, which is compared to past proposals more interesting,"" Haddad-Adel said after return from his visits of Switzerland, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
He also presented a report on his Swiss visit to the reporters present at Mehrabad International Airport, inclusive of his presence and participation at the 107th Inter Parliamentary Union (IPU) and a two-day visit in Geneva.
Haddad Adel said, ""I was the only parliament speaker who gave an address at that gathering,"" adding, ""last year due to U.S. interference and sabotage, members of the Iranian delegation were not allowed to speak, but this time the IPU chairman gave us the opportunity to give an address.""
This was the first time the Islamic Republic of Iran's delegation sent to the IPU was led by the Iranian parliament speaker.
Haddad-Adel who had arrived in a two-day visit of Bosnian and Herzegovina after his three-day stay in Switzerland to take part at the 107th IPU gathering, met his Bosnian counterpart in Sarajevo.