Iran wants West to make an "essential revision" in nuclear policy

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August 24, 2009 12:38

 
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Iran wants the West to change its nuclear policy of sanctions and resume "interaction" with the Persian nation, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Hasan Qashqavi said on Monday. Qashqavi said it's "better" that world powers make an "essential revision" in nuclear policy now that Iran is about to get a new government after Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's re-election. Qashqavi did not say what that revision should entail, but noted that new sanctions on Iran "cannot stop us from achieving our nuclear rights."

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