Win-win deal to be clinched if other party avoids excessive demands: Shamkhani

Ali Shamkhani

The deal should guarantee development of Iran’s peaceful nuclear technology, lifting unfair economic sanctions, respecting the country’s independence and security, Shamkhani said.

Secretary of Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani said on Wednesday that a win-win deal could be clinched if P5+1 avoid excessive demands.

Speaking to IRNA, he said setting a deadline to enable the US Congress to put pressure on Iran and P5+1 nuclear talks is totally out of the question and the only limit Iranian nuclear negotiators face is their legitimate rights and non-violation of our red lines.

The deal should guarantee development of Iran’s peaceful nuclear technology, lifting unfair economic sanctions, respecting the country’s independence and security, he said.

The stands taken by the Zionist regime and certain countries against Iran’s nuclear talks are of no value, he said, adding that the Islamic Republic of Iran does not care about the hue and cry orchestrated by media hype and only minds its legitimate rights and avoids hallucination and blind optimism.

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