No Place for military issues in Iran nuclear talks: Official

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Non-nuclear subjects, including the country’s military issues, have no place in the negotiations at all, Shamkhani said in an interview with Arabic-language Al-Manar TV.

Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani reiterated that negotiations between Tehran and six major world powers solely focus on nuclear topics, dismissing any talk of military subjects in the talks.

Non-nuclear subjects, including the country’s military issues, have no place in the negotiations at all, Shamkhani said in an interview with Arabic-language Al-Manar TV.

He also noted that Tehran continues the path of talks vigilantly and with a sense of “distrust”, given the record of US hostility toward Iran and imposition of “illegal, cruel sanctions” against the Iranian nation.

Back in April, Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei underscored that the talks with the US revolve only around the nuclear issue and nothing else, but at the same time noted that the nuclear negotiations provide an experience to test the possibility of talking on other subjects.

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