伊朗核能主管:核问题实质性谈判有希望 Iran's Atomic Energy Chief: 'Hopeful' for Substantial Negotiations on Nuclear Issue

24 July, 2008

伊朗主管核能的最高官员表示,希望有关伊朗核计划的国际谈判能够在伊朗和世界六大国提出的建议基础上展开。 

伊朗副总统兼伊朗原子能组织主席阿加扎德星期四说,他对双方不同立场将融合抱有希望,以便进行实质性谈判。

阿加扎德在维也纳与国际原子能机构总干事巴拉迪会见后发表了以上讲话。国际原子能机构说,伊朗没有透露其敏感核活动的细节。

伊朗总统艾哈迈迪内贾德誓言伊朗将继续寻求核技术,尽管受到他所称的欺压性国家的阻挠。

德国和联合国安理会的5个常任理事国给伊朗两星期的时间对星期六在日内瓦会谈上讨论的鼓励计划做出回应。

Iran's atomic energy chief says he hopes international negotiations on Iran's nuclear program could start based on proposals made by Iran and six major world powers.

Gholam Reza Aghazadeh -- who is also Iran's vice president -- today (Thursday) said he is "very hopeful" that the two sides' different positions will merge, allowing for substantial negotiations.

Aghazadeh made his comments after meeting with the International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei in Vienna. The IAEA says Iran is withholding details on its sensitive nuclear activities.

On Wednesday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad vowed his country will continue to pursue nuclear technology despite the efforts of what he called oppressive powers.

Germany and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (the U.S., Britain, France, Russia and China) gave Iran two weeks to respond to an incentives package discussed Saturday at talks in Geneva.