News ID: 123325
Published: 0637 GMT July 26, 2015

Iran capable of settling other issues through negotiation

Iran capable of settling other issues through negotiation

We are capable of settling other regional and global issues through negotiations as we solved the nuclear issue at the negotiating table, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said in an address to the people of the western Iranian province of Kordestan on Sunday.

He added everybody is now aware that the Islamic Republic cannot be threatened through the use of sanctions or resorting to pressure.

"Today, we are in a position that we have told the entire world that Iran cannot be threatened by pressure and sanctions," Rouhani said, Press TV reported.

He added that Iran will work to break all the "chains of sanctions" against the country in order for the Iranian nation to realize all its absolute rights.

During the last round of nuclear negotiations in the Austrian capital of Vienna, the six world powers once again bowed before the Iranian nation’s will and resistance, the Iranian president stated.

The Iranian president noted that the United States sometimes makes mistakes in its rhetoric regarding Iran due to the numerous domestic problems it faces, adding, "I am telling US authorities and politicians that you should decide" and make a major shift in policy.

Urging the entire world to speak to the Iranian people with the language of respect and honor, President Rouhani emphasized that Iran succeeded in achieving a "historic victory" after twelve years of nuclear talks.

Iran and the P5+1 group of countries – the United States, Britain, France, China and Russia plus Germany – struck the nuclear agreement in Vienna on July 14, after 18 days of intense negotiations and all-nighters that capped around 23 months of talks between Iran and the six countries.

Iran’s support for the countries fighting terrorism


Elsewhere in his remarks, Rouhani said if it were not for the Iranian government and the Islamic establishment, the Iraqi cities of Erbil and Baghdad would have fallen to terrorists, adding that the Iranian nation will continue to support all the oppressed nations.

"Iran is the most secure and stable country in the region because of the resistance of the nation," the Iranian president said.

The remarks by President Rouhani came at a time when the northern and western parts of Iraq witness violence by the ISIL terrorists that began their march through the Iraqi territory in June 2014.

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