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Ahmadinejad Against the World2012-04-09 13:58
The Iranian president has promised to implement a nuclear program, even if the whole world would fight against it. The Islamic republic will continue to develop nuclear technology in any circumstances, the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said.
As reported by the Interfax, the Islamic republic will continue to develop nuclear technology, even if against her will make the whole world.
"Nuclear industry - this is a locomotive of other industries. It is similar to the space industry, which helps to develop dozens of "auxiliary" industries. That's the way we must pass through", the edition quoted the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The president of the Islamic republic emphasized the role of the people of Iran in developing nuclear industry.
Ahmadinejad added that the fact of Iranian people's resistance against the pressure of the international community is more important than access to nuclear technology.
March 28, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Tehran on an official visit. Earlier, Turkey has repeatedly stated it was ready to act as a mediator in the talks between Iran and Western powers on the nuclear issue once again.
Erdogan demanded Iran to stop supporting the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria. Erdogan is accompanied by Deputy Chief of Turkish intelligence and Deputy Chief of Turkish General Staff, which indicates the seriousness of their intentions.
At the same time, Turkey is interested in reaching a consensus between Iran and the "six", and it all depends on the parties, which must also be willing to negotiate under the mediation of Ankara. "In Seoul, Prime Minister Erdogan has discussed with U.S. President Barack Obama the talks on Iran's nuclear program. It is likely that his experience in negotiating can help the Iranian leadership to make a constructive solution", the Turkish Ambassador to the IRI said. To resolve these issues, the sides were going to hold a meeting between the "six" and Iran in Istanbul.
Now, the group of international mediators to resolve the Iranian nuclear issue that is the UN Security Council permanent members and Germany hope that negotiations with Iran in Istanbul will bring concrete results, the ITAR-TASS reported. This was announced by the EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy Catherine Ashton. "We agreed to start negotiations on April 14 in Istanbul", she said, expressing hope that the talks would help "to achieve concrete results".
The last such meeting was held in January 2011. However, that time the parties could not even agree on an agenda. In mid-February 2012, Secretary of Supreme National Security Council of the Islamic Republic Saeed Jalili sent to the "six" of the mediator countries an offer to resume talks, noting that Iran was ready to voice during the talks its new initiatives. The proposal was accepted on March 6, 2012.
Recall, the U.S. and other Western countries suspect Iran of developing nuclear weapons under the guise of peaceful nuclear energy program. Tehran denies the charges, saying its nuclear program is aimed at meeting the country's electricity needs. At present, four sanctions resolutions of the Security Council are acting against Iran. In addition, a number of countries and organizations have adopted various resolutions calling on Iran to provide full transparency of its nuclear program and prove that it is peaceful program.