Sufficient Flexibility Shown in P5+1 Talks

Sufficient Flexibility Shown in P5+1 Talks     Sufficient Flexibility Shown in P5+1 Talks

A member of the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee said on Tuesday it is unwise for Iran to further soften its stances in the nuclear talks with the major powers as it has already shown sufficient flexibility.   

Calling the Israeli regime's attempts to disrupt the talks between Iran and the P5+1 (the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany) the key factor behind the prolongation of the nuclear negotiations, Baqer Hosseini said backing away from the current position on the nuclear talks would indicate "lack of wisdom," ISNA reported.      

Hosseini commented that Iran has demonstrated the highest level of flexibility in the nuclear talks and softened its initial stances as much as possible when it accepted the interim nuclear deal with the six major powers in Geneva in November 24, 2013, while the negotiating partners have not completely fulfilled their commitments.

The parliamentarian said there is no room for showing more flexibility as the West has failed to take any positive action.

In addition, the lawmaker said the western powers claim that they are trying to prevent Iran from developing nuclear bombs, while it is evident to everybody that Iran has never sought such weapons of mass destruction.