Iran not seeking extention in nuclear talks: Negotiator

Tehran, Oct 28, IRNA – Foreign Ministry Deputy for Europe and Americas Majid Takht-Ravanchi said Iran is not intending to extend the duration of nuclear negotiations.
Iran is trying to get to a favourable result in due period of time, he added.

West should not create excuses, the senior negotiator said, and has to come in terms with the reality of today Iran if it is truly seeking to settle the nuclear issue.

As for Iranian nuclear program, Tehran is determined to get to the objectives set for its enrichment activities, he said.

Takht-Ravanchi went on to stress that Iran is never to concede to enrichment as a fantasy.

Stressing that Iran is currently carrying out advanced levels of enrichment activities, the deputy foreign minister said such a nuclear program could not be stopped at this stage of progress.

Also saying that Iran is negotiating the number of centrifuges, he said Tehran aims at making use of the new generation of centrifuges.

Ravanchi went on to note that final settlement of talks by November 24 is nothing far from reach.



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