TEHRAN (ISNA)- Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reiterated that solution to an agreement between Iran and the west is easing sanctions and removing concerns on Iranian nuclear issue.
“In case good will and political will of the other side is shown, and in case it abides by articles of the Joint Action Plan in Geneva it is possible to reach a comprehensive solution in the 6-month opportunity by the end of July 2014, and we can reach a solution,” Zarif said in a press conference with his Spanish counterpart Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo here in Tehran on Sunday.
The important issue is to win the trust of the Iranian nation and respect their rights, Zarif said, adding ease of all sanctions on Iran and removing logical concerns on peaceful nature of the nuclear program would lead to a solution.
“We believe that it (the solution) is absolutely possible,” he said.
Iran and Spain have enjoyed amicable ties for centuries based on mutual understanding.
The volume of the trade exchanges between the two countries amounted to 4 billion Euros in 2011, while the figure stood at 3.5 billion Euros in 2009.
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