Report: Iran demands change in attitude from the US

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August 29, 2010 15:05

 
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Iran on Sunday demanded that the US drop its aggressive attitude towards Teheran if it would like an improvement in relations between the two countries.

"If the US seriously seeks to revive relations with Iran, it should make changes in its attitude. Washington should prove that it will never repeat previous mistakes and will not pursue misguided and hostile policies towards the Iranian nations," said Iranian foreign ministry spokesperson Ramin Mehmanparast in comments to the Fars News Agency cited by Press TV.

He continued, "However, there is no reason to prepare the grounds for establishing relations at the time the US attacks other countries, violates rights of nations and sees its interest in war and massacre."

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