TEHRAN, (ISNA)-Iran presidentâ€™s adviser Morteza Tamadon emphasized Tehran believes that there is nothing as a â€œstalemate for the nuclear talksâ€ with the West.
Some western countries and the United States seek for excuses to draw the nuclear talks atmosphere toward disappointment, he told ISNA.
â€œBut the logical and transparent rules that Iran issues have turned the equations to Iranâ€™s benefit and the end of this process would be positive.â€
Iran believes that there is nothing as â€œa stalemate for nuclear talksâ€ 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 Iranâ€™s rights.