President: Nuclear talks may take place in New York in coming weeks
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Date :  9/10/2013 10:23:54 AM
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Tehran, Sept 10, IRNA – President Hassan Rohani said new round of nuclear talks may take place in New York in coming weeks.

Addressing a national gathering of Friday Prayers leaders here on Tuesday, he said nuclear talks may take place in New York and then after it negotiations with the 5+1, too, is likely to happen in its due venue.

He said enemies now have to realize the fact that the language of the Iranian government is that of prudence.

He stressed that the West should know that if it fails to use a noble language while addressing Iran, it will achieve nothing.

He added that enemies have to be aware that they will accomplish nothing by imposing pressures and sanctions on Iran.

President Rohani underlined that the Iranian government is fully ready for talks using the language of wisdom, prudence and logic if the West too uses the language of respect, mutual interest and equal positions.

Turning to situation in Syria, he noted that the Middle East region which has been suffering from many harsh problems is now facing new challenges.

President Rohani said Syria is of prime importance for Iran because of the role it plays in safeguarding the resistance movement.

He said that the Iranian government has been mobilizing efforts in the past couple of weeks to either stop war in Syria or make the war-mongers repent their actions if it happens.

According to the President, Tehran has sent messages to a number of centers of power in the world while the Foreign Ministry, too, was contacting many countries on the issue.

Iran has been dispatching humanitarian aids especially foodstuff and flour to Syria to help the defenseless Muslims, he added.

Pointing out that many western countries including the UK have voted against the war in Syria, he said they know that the war-mongers along with their regional allies will suffer grave damage if they start yet another war in Syria.