Future of N. Talks Subject to Recognition of Iran’s Rights

Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki here Thursday stressed that without the recognition of Iran’s rights, a blur prospect would be waiting for the nuclear talks between Tehran and West. Mottaki said Iran, as among the International Atomic Energy Agency member states most committed to the IAEA and Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) rules and regulations, has always stressed the need for the balanced implementation of undertakings and materialization of rights.

“And without the recognition of the rights of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the prospect for the trend of talks will be blur,” he reiterated.

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