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Iran: return to pre-Geneva deal conditions “dangerous scenario”

An Iranian deputy foreign minister warned against return to the conditions ahead of the landmark nuclear deal which was clinched between Iran and six world powers in the Swiss city of Geneva back in 2013.

Obama urged Iranian leader to see common interests

In a letter last month to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei,President Obama urged Iran’s supreme leader to seize the opportunity of the Nov. 24 deadline for negotiating a nuclear agreement with the West, arguing that Iran’s interests in the Middle East would be served by proving its interest in nuclear technology was solely for the production of electricity, according to senior administration officials.

US-led anti Daesh coalition, a lie: Military commander

Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Brigadier General Masoud Jazayeri has said that the US-led so-called coalition against the terrorist group of Daesh (ISIS) is a lie as Washington supports Daesh terrorists.

 

Senior negotiator: Withdrawal from NPT not on Iran’s agenda

Senior Iranian negotiator and Deputy Foreign Minister Seyed Abbas Araqchi dismissed the possibility of Iran’s withdrawal from the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).

Final nuclear deal needs parliament approval: Iranian MP

A senior Iranian lawmaker emphasized that the finalized draft of a comprehensive nuclear agreement between Tehran and six world powers, if ever reached, needs to be endorsed by the country’s parliament.

Iranian deputy FM hopes for helpful Oman negotiations with powers

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Seyed Abbas Araqchi said the next round of talks between Tehran and the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, Britain and France plus Germany) due to be held in Masqat, Oman, next week will be of crucial importance, and expressed the hope that the negotiations would help attainment of a final nuclear deal.

 

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