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Kamal Dehghani Firoozabadi, in an interview with the ILNA news agency correspondent has rejected any prospect for talks as long as there is not a fundamental shift in Washington’s policies.

Vice Chairman of National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of Iranian Parliament remain pessimistic about the US push for negotiations and said, "I believe that there will be no talks in spite of this visit to Iran by Japanese Prime Minister.”

Japanese daily Mainichi has reported that Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe is going to meet with Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei in his visit to Tehran this month. Media reports speculate that the landmark visit, slated for June 12 to 14, is aimed at helping encourage dialogue between Iran and the US.

He said, “We are not a country that would retreat under pressure, threats and sanction." "Iran has always adopted a logical policy, and this is the Americans who must rectify their stances and policies,

Stressing that there is basically no need for any message or any mediator, because the US “must correct its stances in the international arena and towards the bilateral and multilateral treaties.”

"America's hostility to Iran is due to Iran's position in the region because Iran is pursuing an independent policy and has an important position on the globe."

Pointing to the US next Presidential election and said, "Trump's victory in the U.S. election depends on his rival in the Democratic Party. Trump is challenging both internal and external politics. His act in fields such as international relations, economic issue and trade is decisive over the next year in US elections."


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