‘Americans Being Serious and Determined to Thaw the Ice of Decades-Old Severed Ties’ - Salehi
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said today the country’s nuclear issue will be resolved “in near future.” Salehi added that both sides have the feeling that there is a way out of the current impasse, official news agency IRNA reported.
Salehi said that Iranian case is not the same as those of North Korea or Libya. “We are sure about the peaceful nature of the Iranian nuclear program,” Salehi added.
“The Americans have recently voiced readiness to hold talks with Iran and this time their request was different from the past, showing signs of their being serious and determined to thaw the ice of the decades-old severed ties,” Salehi said. (IRNA, 1 March)
Photo credit: Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi (IRNA)