Comprehensive deal possible in absence of greedy policies, official

London, Jan 26, IRNA – Foreign Ministry Deputy for Europe and American Affairs Majid Takht Ravanchi said a comprehensive nuclear agreement could be achieved only in the absence of greedy policies of the parties involved in nuclear talks with Iran.
  In a meeting with Irish parliamentarian Patt Berran in Dublin on Monday, he said such a nuclear deal is quite achievable.

Commenting on Iran’s nuclear negotiations with the 5+1, he stressed Iran’s determination to work out a comprehensive nuclear agreement.

He also outlined Iran’s foreign policy priorities which focus on enhancing ties with world countries including Ireland.

The two officials also explored the potential areas of economic and trade cooperation between the two countries and stressed the need for further exchanges in medical industries, foodstuff industries, agriculture, petrochemical industries and information technology.

They also focused on ways to promote cultural and tourism cooperation.

Situation in Iraq and Syria as well as the threat of terrorism were among other topics discussed during the meeting.



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