Jul 6, 2014, 8:15 PM
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Iran not to cross red lines in nuclear talks: Larijani

Tehran, July 6, IRNA – Iran has never crossed the red lines in nuclear talks with the West and will never do so in the future, Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani was quoted as saying on Sunday by rapporteur of the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, Hossein Naqavi Hosseni.

Naqavi Hosseini told IRNA that Larijani who had attended the commission session today said that Iran will not give up its right to nuclear technology. However Larijani has said Tehran will move on the path that leads the negotiations to yield fruit.



"Western governments failed to deprive us of our nuclear rights," Larijani said. "We strongly protected our legitimate rights and pressures and threats made the Iranian nation stronger."



He called on the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission to play a significant part in regional developments as it did in the Syrian crisis.



On what is going on in Iraq and the atrocities perpetrated by the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), Larijani rejected any foreign intervention and called on all groups and prominent figures across Iraq to get united and find a solution to the crisis.



The ISIS does not pose a threat to Iraq alone, but to the entire region, he said. That's why the Zionist regime is happy with the situation in Iraq.



He said this criminal plot aims to inflame sectarian tensions across Iraq and will have political, economic and cultural consequences. Therefore, he said that in order to be able to effectively fight the insurgency, its political, economic, cultural, military and security grounds should be destroyed.



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