|‘Iran will not assume more nuclear obligations’||
TEHRAN – Director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Fereydoun Abbasi has said that Tehran will not take on more obligations in nuclear talks than what it has already assumed.
Commenting on the latest meeting between Iran and the 5+1 group (the five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany) in Almaty, Kazakhstan, Abbasi said, “We have offered good and significant proposals to Western countries to mull over.”
“Iran’s proposals regarding the nuclear program are clear. The rights of our people must be recognized and we will not take on more obligations than what we have already assumed,” he explained.
He also said that Tehran will respond to the proposals offered by the 5+1 group after studying them, and if deemed necessary will make them public.
Abbasi went on to say that the West’s pressure on Tehran for its nuclear program is of political nature as it is seeking to contain Iran’s nuclear technological advancement.
He said Iran’s nuclear sites are open to all visitors.
“We have no activity to conceal.”
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