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Dr.Rouhani's interview with Washington Post newspaper

Dr.Rouhani, president of Islamic Republic of Iran in an exclusive interview with U.S newspaper the Washington Post replied to the questions of newspaper's reporters on various topics, including the Iranian nuclear issue, relations between Iran and the U.S. and Syrian developments.

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Wed 25 - September 2013 - 21:13

President Hassan Rouhani says Tehran is willing to reach a deal with the West over its nuclear energy program within a time frame of three to six months.
“The only way forward is for a timeline to be inserted into the negotiation that’s short,” said president Rouhani.
“If it’s 3 months that would be Iran’s choice, if it’s 6 months that’s still good. It’s a question of months not years,” he said, adding that his administration seeks a “short” timeline to settle the dispute as it would be more beneficial to everyone.
Dr.Rouhani said his administration has “full authority” to negotiate anything that can guarantee Iran's security and national interests, including any necessary cooperation with the international community to help settle the crisis in Syria.
He added that Iran would enter any talks or meetings, including Geneva II, “as long as there are no preconditions for Iran’s participation.”




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