Iran: Only removal of sanctions will provide hope for nuke talks with world powers

October 20, 2013 04:07


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Iran views the removal of punitive measures on its economy as the sole signifier of progress in talks with world powers on its nuclear issue, Alaeddin Boroujerdi, Chairman of the Iranian Parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission said Saturday.

"(Only) the removal of all sanctions can be a sign of practical step (by the West), otherwise we cannot be hopeful about the results of the talks," Iranian Fars news agency quoted Boroujerdi as saying.

"The crucially important point in the negotiations is the recognition of Iran's enrichment right," he stressed.

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