FM voices Iranˈs strong determination to solve nuclear dispute

Tehran, Sept 3, IRNA – Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Wednesday that Iran is determined to resolve the nuclear dispute with the Western governments.
Zarif made the remarks in a meeting with Luxemburgˈs Prime Minister Xavier Bettel.

Zarif referred to longstanding relations between the two countries and said that the Islamic Republic of Iran is willing to utilize the abundant capacities to develop economic cooperation with Luxemburg.

He said that Iran attaches special significance to campaign against terrorism and extremism, citing President Hassan Rouhaniˈs well-known proposal ˈWorld Against Violence and Extremismˈ to the UN General Assembly last year and its subsequent approval by the United Nations.

He made it clear that terrorism and extremism will not be limited to Iraq and Syria and has posed major threat to the international peace and security.

The prime minister of Luxemburg, for his part, hailed Iranˈs role in the region and said progress achieved in the nuclear talks with the western governments has raised hope for economic cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran.



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