US Approach Has Become More Realistic

US Approach Has Become More Realistic     US Approach Has Become More Realistic

The chairman of the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee said the US approach to nuclear negotiations with Iran has been modified and tends to be more realistic than ever before, ICANA reported on Sunday.

"At this juncture in the talks, the Americans are behaving more realistically than before," Alaeddin Boroujerdi said, adding, "The reason behind this change is that they brought their Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz to the talks to separate the technical aspects from the political ones."

Noting that the attendance of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Director Ali Akbar Salehi and Moniz in the recent meetings, which were held as part of nuclear negotiations between Iran and the United States in Geneva, indicates the talks are being pursued "more seriously", the lawmaker said if the US "keeps moving in the same direction and abiding by the rules of the game in the next round of talks this week, there can be a more positive atmosphere."

He went on to say that all matters need to be considered in the prospective nuclear deal, emphasizing, "A good agreement is the one that guards our interests and allows us to continue with our uranium enrichment work… in the Fordo facility and our activities in the Arak facility."