Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani says the forthcoming negotiations between
Tehran and six major world powers on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear
energy program should aim to build trust in order to yield results.
negotiations will lead to positive results if they are aimed at
building confidence based on international regulations,” Larijani told
reporters in Tehran on Friday upon his arrival from a three-nation
expressed hope that the five permanent members of the UN Security
Council and Germany would show “seriousness and wisdom” in the upcoming
nuclear talks with Iran.
top Iranian parliamentarian urged parties to the talks to abide by
international regulations and pursue the negotiations within a
and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council - Russia,
China, France, Britain and the US - plus Germany will hold a fresh
round of talks in Geneva, Switzerland, on October 15 and 16.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif sat down with his counterparts
from the six countries at the United Nations headquarters in New York
on September 26.
October 1, the Iranian foreign minister said the dispute over Iran’s
nuclear energy program can be resolved quickly, noting, however, that
the Islamic Republic will not retreat from its rights to peaceful
further said that during his visit to Geneva, he held talks with
Serbian, Croatian and Swiss officials on the latest developments in the
Middle East, particularly in Afghanistan and Syria.
noted that the three countries see eye to eye with Iran on the
necessity of a political settlement of the crisis in Syria while
dismissing a military approach.
Syria has been gripped by unrest since 2011.