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President in a cabinet meeting:

Threats and gunpowder options leave no impact on the nuclear talks

President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday that options such as threats and gunpowder leave no impact on the nuclear talks and that Iran seeks a win-win deal.

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Wed 20 - November 2013 - 14:23

Dr.Rouhani made the remarks in a meeting with his cabinet ministers on Wednsday.
He told the cabinet meeting that the Islamic Republic of Iran is working to restore stability and tranquility in the entire region and a successful negotiation with 5+1 will be to the benefit of all countries in the region and the globe.
Expressing condolence to the families of those attained martyrdom in bomb explosions against Iranian Embassy in Beirut, he said those assuming that they can stir up terror, intimidation or violence through such crimes are in mistake.
On the fresh nuclear talks underway in Geneva, he said the Islamic Republic of Iran has always practiced logic with benevolent gesture in such talks.
Iran under no circumstances will give up its legitimate rights as well as its red line in nuclear talks, said President Rouhani.
“We have always called for logic, reasons as well as observing international rules and regulations in dealing with global issues,” he said.
Iran has proved its goodwill in the previous round of talks with the western governments, said President Rouhani adding that but unfortunately some tried to bring excuses to prevent clinching any deal.
President Rouhani said that Iranian people have always resisted to threats and are determined to continue their path in the future as well.
He expressed the hope that the G5+1 to fully observe international law and regulations as Iranian people never yield to any type of discrimination as believed that all should be identical in benefiting from the same rights.
Success in these series of talks will be to the benefit of all sides, said the president adding that it is expected that Iran will be able to vindicate its legitimate rights and remove unfair economic sanctions in due time.

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