01-10-2022 01:35 AM Jerusalem Timing

Nuclear Deal Must Observe Iran’s Rights: Rouhani

Nuclear Deal Must Observe Iran’s Rights: Rouhani

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Wednesday that the Iranian nuclear negotiators will never accept a deal that may violate the right of the Iranian nation.

RouhaniIranian President Hassan Rouhani said Wednesday that the Iranian nuclear negotiators will never accept a deal that may violate the right of the Iranian nation.

The President made the remarks in his speech to the cabinet session.

The president said that Iran is ready to demonstrate further transparency. However, he added that if the negotiations are after depriving Iran of its inalienable right to nuclear technology, Iran will not accept such an agreement.

Iran wants a deal that will benefit Iran, the region, and the whole world, Rouhani said.

President Rouhani said that the world is satisfied with the progress in negotiations between Iran and the P5+1.

He said that the outcome of the negotiations would help settle the crises caused by extremism across the region and the entire world.

Rouhani expressed hope that the six world powers negotiating with Iran would recognize the critical situation of the region and pay due attention to the interests of the nations and therefore adopt a reasonable approach to Iran nuclear case.

Only the occupying regime of Qods, which sees its survival in continuation of war, occupation and invasion, is angry with Iran talks making progress, Rouhani said.

People of the world and the American nation are so wise that they will not allow a war mongering regime to mislead them, he said.

President Rouhani said that Israeli regime, possessing stockpiles of nuclear bombs in contravention of the international regulations, has yet to sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and it is not giving the IAEA inspectors access to visit its nuclear facilities.

Underling Iran's resolve to reach a win-win agreement with the P5+1, the president said that the six-nation group are well aware that they have two options; they have to either clinch a deal with Iran and the earlier such an agreement is reached it will be to the benefit of everybody or if they deny the reality, they will have to witness a more speedy growth of Iran's peaceful nuclear program.