Obama to Change US Policy on Iran

TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior advisor to US president-elect Barack Obama said the White House’s approach to Iran will undergo a “big change” in the future.

William M. Drozdiak, who was delivering a speech in Berlin, also highlighted the important role Iran plays in the region.

“Iran plays a key role in establishing peace in the region and Washington needs Tehran to achieve the goal,” he added.

“I am sure that the change will be one of the greatest changes in the US foreign policy over the recent years,” the Islamic republic news agency quoted Drozdiak as saying on Wednesday.

The top advisor said that the Obama administration will try to reach out to Iran and this will follow holding consultation with the European allies of the United States.

The 59-year-old American politician noted that the fight against drugs production and trafficking provides the two countries with a common ground to engage in direct talks.

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