Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Ahmadinejad: No Negotiations Over “Nuclear Rights”

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in Qazvin today that Iran will not enter into any negotiations with the major world powers over its “nuclear rights”.

Ahmadinejad said Iran was only willing to discuss “global issues” with the West as an equal partner.

“The West should sit down at the negotiating table with an equal status as us and based on mutual respect. Under such condition, Iran can hold talks on global issues," he said [IRNA, 10 November].

Ahmadinejad did not make it clear as to why Iran had accepted EU’s invitation to hold talks on the country’s nuclear program with the P5+1 if the “nuclear rights” issues, that presumably include uranium enrichment programs, are off the table.


Anonymous said...

I think negotiations are a silly thing. Iran can do whatever they want,because whoever has the nuclear power is free.

There is no evidence in the history of manking,people who has the nuclear power,can be defeated or stoped.

Congratulations for iranian for win this match.

Anonymous said...

anon 10:20

Iran is spitting the whole thing up before penetrating... as it should be.

Anonymous said...

iran has upper hand againest west theire is no point to discused anything with west regard iran nuclear policy by using 4rd of section west did not look for long term relationship with iran,theirfore lost the level of control over iran plus this nuclear issue is become bowrning and nothings will be new any more .why should iran spend any more time for samethings which has lot of others thing to do from his time reality you can not break iran political complax that easy, however us and eu adviser in many years to politician just a falles information as regard to iran policy ,west lost called war west lost intellegent war west lost humman right violation againest iran and still iran will prepeared to put west for international court as humman right violation can you see the magnatuded of them mind how far will go ,that mean you can not do anythings to them.

Anonymous said...

anon 8:39

Dude you really need to improve your english!!

Anonymous said...

Anon 10:55

I only come to this blog to read anon 8:39's diatribes. My head goes into such a fast spin, it's almost as good having a full bottle of Cognac, straight up. My message to him or her: keep it up!

Anonymous said...

the man uses the google translation tool.

no wonder, designed by Iranian expats already out of Iran for more than 30 something years

Nader Uskowi said...

To those who had congratulated Ahmadinejad on his decision not to discuss the country's nuclear program with P5+1, please read Friday 12 November post on Iran's decision to hold talks in Vienna over nuclear program. Iran's chief nuclear negotiator will represents Iran at talks with P5+1. I believe Ahmadinejad's behavior must be confusing toyou!

Anonymous said...

Well,i think one thing is hold talks with the west about nuclear Iran,that i think it is not negotiable,and another is talk about the weather.

If Iran talks with the west about the weather,i think we must not have a problem about that.

Nader Uskowi said...

But the agenda is not the weather!

Anonymous said...

But it will be.The agenda can be other,but Iran can go to meeting and expoxe solution for climate change and international issues,NOT the rianian program.