Turkey Against Pressure on Countries For Civilian Nuclear Work

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that his country is opposed to the exertion of pressure on any country over peaceful nuclear activities.

“Nobody has the right to oppose peaceful nuclear activities, and Turkey is against any pressure over peaceful nuclear activities,” Erdogan said in Tehran on Wednesday, according to a translation of his remarks.

Talking to reporters at a joint press conference with Iranian First Vice President Mohammad Reza Rahimi, Erdogan said, “Any wise person is against nuclear weapons and the use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.”

Erdogan also said that his country is ready to host the planned talks between Iran and the 5+1 group (five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany).

Iran and the 5+1 group have agreed to meet on April 13. However, the two sides have not yet agreed on the venue of the talks.

Erdogan said that when he was in Seoul, he proposed Istanbul as the venue for the talks between Iran and the six major powers.

Prior to his visit to Tehran, Erdogan visited South Korea for a nuclear summit on Monday and Tuesday. The summit brought together world leaders including the presidents of the U.S, Russia, and, China.

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