Iran’s Mohammad Javad Zarif has said he hopes that the group P5+1 will come to negotiations with ‘political will.’
Mohammad Javad Zarif, who was receiving a French delegation headed by the Chairman of the French Senate’s Finance Committee Philippe Marini today in Tehran, told that Iran would attend the negotiations with political will and expects the Powers to ‘display political resolution in negotiations.’
Mr. Zarif also pointed to Iran and France’s ‘long’ political relations and expressed hope that the relations would be restored to its real place.
“France with an important place in the EU wields a great role in negotiations,” Zarif added, and that “Iran has adopted the peaceful nuclear technology as indigenous achievement and it would be impossible to deprive the country of its domestic feat.”
However, Zarif said that Iran would be willing to address the ‘legitimate’ concerns of international community.
Philippe Marini welcomed Iran and Powers’ working out of the Joint Action Plan in Geneva.