US Officials’ Statements Concerning Iran’s Nuclear Case Illusive

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyed Mohammad Ali Hosseini termed the statements made by the US officials concerning Iran’s nuclear issues as illusive evaluations and assessments. Spokesman of the foreign ministry of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Seyed Mohammad Ali Hosseini in reaction to the remarks made by the US officials concerning lack of unity and lack of coordination between the Iranian nation and government said that the people and government of the Islamic Republic of Iran are united and coordinated concerning restoration of Iran’s right of access to peaceful nuclear technology and that illusive assessments concerning lack of unity and coordination between the Iranian nation and government is an improper reaction to the legitimate demands of the great Iranian nation.

Commenting on the quality of the US’s interaction with the international community, Iranian foreign ministry spokesman stated that regrettably, the US administration, through hostile and unilateral approaches and interpretations and by making instrumental use of international circles and bodies, is planning to neglect the rights of the Iranian people and to deprive them of development, progress, welfare and local and native scientific achievements.

Hosseini further reminded that the Islamic Republic of Iran has always insisted on logical solutions in compliance with the regulations and rules of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and views referral of Iran’s case to the UN Security Council and issuance of a resolution against Iran as illogical, illegal and useless and considers negotiations on the basis of just and fair grounds the only solution to Iran’s nuclear case.

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