Domestic problems of some members of the G5+1 does not concern Iran

On the latest round of nuclear talks between the Iran and 5+1 in Muscat President Hassan Rouhani said the fact that the change of political balance following domestic election in a member of the Group 5+1 does not concern Iran.

Wed 12 - November 2014 - 11:59

President Rouhani at the cabinet session on Wednesday morning stated that nuclear talks are to continue at different levels until November 24 which is the deadline to reach a Comprehensive Agreement.
Referring to the end of talks between Iran and G5+1 in Oman, President Hassan Rouhani said that if one of member of G5+1 have domestic problems and have been win or lose in an election does not concern Iran and any country has its own domestic problems and has to deal with itself.
President assured the nation that the Iranian negotiating team has been acting according to national interests during the talks.
He made clear that the Islamic Republic of Iran would cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency to assure transparency of the Iranian nuclear program.
He further said that certain governments seeking to hinder the process of economic development and progress in Iran will not achieve their goals.
President Rouhani said that the Islamic Republic of Iran honors commitment to international regulations, a reference to Non-Proliferation Treaty.
The President said that the Islamic Republic of Iran is constitutionally obliged to respect the religious edict (Fatwa) banning manufacture, stockpiling and use of nuclear arms by the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.
This is the most solid proof to guarantee the peaceful nature of the Iranian nuclear program, he added.
He said that no government involved in the nuclear talks is allowed to bring domestic problem to the negotiations with Iran.

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