伊朗总统:愿与奥巴马直接会谈 Iranian President: Ready for Direct Talks With Obama

02 August, 2010

伊朗总统艾哈迈迪内贾德星期一说,他愿意与美国总统奥巴马进行面对面的会谈。
 
艾哈迈迪内贾德表示,两位总统可以各自提出解决国际问题的办法,“看看谁的办法更好”。他说,这样的会谈应当在媒体面前进行。
 
美国之前曾拒绝过此类提议。美国指控德黑兰寻求制造核武器,伊朗否认这项指控,美国想就伊朗核项目的争议展开正式外交。
 
艾哈迈迪内贾德表示,希望到美国出席联合国大会。联大将于9月开始。
 
艾哈迈迪内贾德是在德黑兰向伊朗侨民发表演讲时做出以上表示的。

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Monday he is ready for face-to-face talks with U.S. President Barack Obama.
 
Mr. Ahmadinejad said the two presidents could offer solutions for global issues and "see whose solutions are better." He said such talks would be held in front of the media.
 
The U.S. has rejected such overtures in the past. The U.S. accuses Tehran of seeking to build a nuclear weapon, a claim Iran denies, and wants formal diplomacy centered on Iran's disputed nuclear program.
 
The Iranian president said he hopes to be in the United States for the U.N. General Assembly meeting, which begins in September.
 
He made the comments in an address to Iranian expatriates in Tehran.