|code: 315106||Date: 2012/05/14 - 17:43||source: IRNA|
Russian expert: No document proves Iran’s will to pursue nuclear arms
(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - He said the 5+1 talks were only a game, adding the new Russian President Vladimir Putin advocates a Middle East void of any nuclear arms.
However, he reiterated that at any rate dialogue will prevent war and military action.
Quoting parts of an article by President Putin, he noted that the objective of sanctions is seemingly to force Iran into developing nuclear arms.
Given the fact that Israel is the only country in the Middle East possessing nuclear weapons, he said this actually means that Iran’s nuclear issue stands at the second place in terms of importance.
On relations between his country and the West, he said West is a reality which other countries unfortunately have to deal with it though they know that it is not their friend.
Kolerov, who is part of Putin’s presidential campaign team, also noted that once he assumes presidential seat, the new president will continue supporting Syria by trying to prevent breaking out of a civil war in the country which is the ultimate goal of western countries in Syria.
Stressing that the positions taken by the Turkish government bewildered Russia, he said his country tried to maintain stability in Syria.