0122 GMT February 19, 2020
He made the remarks in a meeting with visiting Georgian Parliament Speaker David Usupashvili in Tehran on Saturday.
The Georgian parliamentary delegation arrived in Tehran on Saturday morning to confer with Iranian officials on issues of mutual interests along with regional developments.
On recent measures of the US Congress in relation to Iran, he said ˈIt is not our business to intervene in US domestic affairs and the US president Barak Obama should not link such problems to Iranˈs nuclear program.ˈ
ˈI do not want to make any judgment about authenticity of the talks held in the US but Iran has examined various scenarios to respond to it,ˈ he said.
Iran has shown its flexibility through political talks and the remarks of the US president that they have problems with their congress, has nothing to do with us, he said.
Iran should not pay costs of these problems and if the US president is not able to resolve the country’s domestic problems, he should not attribute them to nuclear talks, Larijani said.
They should control their country’s and if they are unable to do so, they should not link them to the nuclear talks, he said.
Any negligence to this end indicates that they are seeking to obstruct nuclear talks, he said adding that Iran regards path of negotiations as rational and has considered various scenarios to deal with them.