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Iranian President advises 5+1 not to remain under pressure
of certain states
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Sunday advised the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council plus Germany not to remain under pressures of certain arrogant states.
Talking to a large group of local people in this northern provincial capital city, he said if representatives of the Group 5+1 want to witness constructive and fruitful negotiations with the Islamic Republic of Iran in the future, they should refrain from pressures exerted by the Zionist regime and certain arrogant states.
He reiterated that negotiations should be based on justice and mutual respect, adding that the nuclear weapons states involved in talks with Iran must recognize legitimate rights of Iran and other nations.
Tehran welcomes cooperation and interaction with other nations, the President emphasized.
Denouncing the West’s approach in the past, he told members of the G5+1, “You have only two ways. One way is continuation of the previous path.
“You tried to prevent the Iranian nation from achieving nuclear technology but you failed. Now, if you want to continue your previous path, ok, you have free choice but you should know that the previous path has no other achievement except the present situation.”
President Ahmadinejad reiterated that no power can make the Iranian nation retreat even one iota from its nuclear right.
He stressed that the second way is the way of interaction and negotiation.
The Iranian President regretted that certain arrogant and hegemonist governments in the West are not interested in peaceful settlement of the dispute.
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