There is nothing as a stalemate for N-talks: Iran president’s adviser

TEHRAN, (ISNA)-Iran president’s adviser Morteza Tamadon emphasized Tehran believes that there is nothing as a “stalemate for the nuclear talks” with the West.

Some western countries and the United States seek for excuses to draw the nuclear talks atmosphere toward disappointment, he told ISNA.

“But the logical and transparent rules that Iran issues have turned the equations to Iran’s benefit and the end of this process would be positive.”

Iran believes that there is nothing as “a stalemate for nuclear talks” as Iran has accepted all IAEA rules and regulations and will continue enrichment activities within a peaceful framework.

Tamadon also noted that Iran is ready to face any kind of sanction but it is expected that the nuclear negotiations would finally preserve Iran’s rights.

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