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Ali Akbar Salehi: “Iran’s nuclear policy will not change”


 

Baku. Real Jafarli – APA. Iran's Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said Saturday his country's nuclear policy will not change after his country's presidential elections that are scheduled for June 14. Salehi made the comment a few hours after a televised debate among the presidential hopefuls on the subject of the nuclear program, APA reports quoting the Jerusalem Post.

 

In statements made to the ISNA news agency the foreign minister said: It may be that there will be different approaches on this matter, but Iran is on a specific policy track with regard to nuclear energy and will continue forwarding its nuclear program for peaceful purposes. "The candidates presented their perspectives on the issue, which will not impact Iran's foreign policy after the elections," Salehi emphasized.  

 

 

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