伊朗随时准备参加“公平”的核谈判 Iran Ready for 'Fair' Nuclear Talks

24 September, 2010

伊朗外长穆塔基说,如果谈判“公平”的话,伊朗将随时准备恢复有关其核项目的谈判。

穆塔基对中国外交部长杨洁篪表示,德黑兰准备恢复同维也纳集团以及联合国安理会五个常任理事国加上德国,也就是“P5加1”之间的对话。不过,穆塔基说,只有在“公平”以及承认伊朗有权为和平目的使用核技术的情况下,会谈才能取得成功。伊朗外长和中国外长这个星期在纽约的联合国大会的会外进行了会晤,但是穆塔基的这番言论直到星期四才公开。 

星期三早些时候, P5加1宣布,他们已经再次做出努力,寻求同伊朗“早日通过谈判找到解决办法”。这个团体说,希望和德黑兰就去年提出的核交换提议重启对话。

Iran's Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki says his country is ready to resume talks on its nuclear program if those talks are "fair." 

Mottaki told China's foreign minister (Yang Jiechi) that Tehran is prepared to renew dialogue with the Vienna Group, as well as the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council and Germany, a group known as the P5+1. However, Mottaki said the talks will be successful only if they are "fair" and recognize Iran's right to use nuclear technology for peaceful purposes. The Iranian and Chinese foreign ministers met this week on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly in New York, but Mottaki's comments were not made public until Thursday.

Earlier Wednesday, the P5+1 announced it had renewed efforts to seek an "early negotiated solution" with Iran. The group said it wanted to re-establish dialogue with Tehran on a nuclear swap proposal that was introduced last year.