AhmadiNejad Says Iran is Ready to Back Talks on Nuclear Program

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said today that his country is ready to talk with the West about its nuclear programs.

“They claim that Iran doesn’t want negotiations but it isn’t so,” Ahmadinejad said yesterday in the southeastern province of Kerman. “Every time they seek pretexts, and as we approach talks they issue resolutions so that perhaps negotiations don’t take place.”

Ever since the United Nations released a report that said Iran had worked on and may be working on building a nuclear weapons, Iran has been pounded by international sanctions. The United States kicked them off and on Monday, the European Union joined, saying it would no longer buy oil from Iran begingin July 1.

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Jan. 22 that only discussions, and not sanctions, can resolve the standoff over the country’s atomic program. German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said on Jan. 20 that the U.S. and the EU want Iran to return to talks and that if Iran’s leaders agree to a “serious dialogue,” they must be prepared to discuss steps to give up “options for nuclear weapons.”

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