Sunday, June 22, 2014

Iran May Go Back to Former Nuclear Policies if Talks Fail - Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said today Iran may return to its previous nuclear policies if the talks with P5+1 fails to end in “proper results.”

“It is very likely that the talks will bear results, if the other party comes to the negotiations with serious will,” Zarif said.  However, if the sides cannot reach an agreement, Iran “could return to its former nuclear policies.” (IRNA/Xinhua, 22 June)
The world powers and Iran will meet again on 2 July  in Vienna for the next round of talks.


Anonymous said...

Iran may also go back to watching its economy melt and watching its citizens continue to slide back into poverty.

Anonymous said...

Iranians love to make empty hilarious threats