No Intention to Hold Talks With US

Iran’s security chief said during his recent trip to Afghanistan that two American representatives approached him to express the US willingness to hold talks, but were rejected
No Intention to Hold Talks With US No Intention to Hold Talks With US

It is evident that Iran has no intention to enter into negotiation with the United States, according to a top security official who described such claims by the Americans as a “lie”. 
“The US is unfaithful and unreliable, so negotiation makes no sense,” Ali Shamkhani, secretary of Supreme National Security Council, said on the sidelines of an international security seminar on Monday. 
His comments followed US President Donald Trump's claim in a recent talk that Iran is under serious pressure and intends to open a dialogue. 
“Iran is doing very poorly … They’re not doing well. They want to talk,” he told a group of reporters in Washington on Sunday. 


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