SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association) — A senior Shia cleric referred to the upcoming nuclear negotiations between Iran and P5+1 and accused the western governments of buying time in a bid to handle their present economic and social crisis.
Ayatollah Seyyed Hashem Hussieni Bushehri, top cleric and a member of Iran’s Assembly of Experts referred to the upcoming Moscow talks on Iran’s nuclear program and criticized the western countries for buying time, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
A deputy at the Society of Seminary Teachers of Qom stressed, “The presence of Islamic Republic of Iran in these negotiations is a proof on the honesty and righteousness of Islamic system.”
He referred to the reaction of the West regarding Iran’s nuclear programs saying, “Regarding the Iran’s stamina in protecting its inalienable nuclear rights, it has constantly been subject to threats and sanctions by the western governments.”
Friday prayer leader of Qom also denounced a lack of logic in the western view and highlighted the failure of these countries to approve the righteousness of Iran’s nuclear rights.
“Iranian nation and government will never withdraw from their nuclear rights.” He said and added, “Iran is fully ready to cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) within the frameworks of international agreements.”
A member at the Senior Council of the Seminaries underscored the innovative stances of Islamic Republic of Iran in defending the absolute rights of Iranian nation.
He also referred to the surveys carried out across the world on the public views over Iran’s nuclear rights and said, “In these polls a sum of 81pc of the people expressed their opposition with boycotting Iran’s nuclear activities and that means the public opinion is in favor of Islamic Republic of Iran.”
Iranian top religious figure expressed his positive views on the upcoming talks in Moscow and highlighted the victory of Iran in the final meeting.
Iran and the P5+1 held three rounds of intense negotiations in the Iraqi capital Baghdad on May 23rd and 24th before they agreed to conduct a further round of negotiations on the 18th and 19th of June, 2012 in Moscow.— www.shafaqna.com