Iranian Commander: US should apologize to Iran

The U.S. should apologize to Iran, if it wants to restore relations between two countries, deputy chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces said

Iranian Commander: US should apologize to Iran

World Bulletin / News Desk 

The U.S. should apologize to Iran, if it wants to restore relations between two countries, deputy chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, Seyyed Masoud Jazayeri said, ISNA news agency reported.

"Nuclear issue negotiations, or other topics can affect Iran's main policies," he said, adding that, some US politicians still speak of military pressure against Iran and imagine that such threats can affect the Iranian politicians.

The US strategists cannot understand that the "carrot and stick approach" policy has expired, he added.

He went on to note that, for the being time, the U.S. and Israel are within the range of the Iran's approaches and action.

It should be recalled that, on Aug.17 Iran's president Hassan Rouhani remarked during the ceremony of Iran's new FM Mohammad Javad Zarif presenting that "diplomacy shouldn't be about slogans and the words should be logic, reasonable and accurate, because foreign policy is a sensitive matter."

Rouhani said that people of Iran want a revolution in foreign policy, decision making and implementation, as well as in policy making.

Güncelleme Tarihi: 20 Ağustos 2013, 12:05
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Change Iran Now
Change Iran Now - 8 yıl Önce

I'm all for dialogue, but dialogue should be predicated on clear understandings of what the end game should be. In the case of Iran, that end game should be the abandonment of nuclear weapons. If they want nuclear power for peaceful uses, they have to submit to inspection and buy fuel rods and not enrich their own. Iran also needs to clean up its human rights record and halt the barbaric practice of public hangings, as well as reopen dissident news media and release political and religious prisoners. Iran also needs to halt its foreign adventures in supporting terror groups and smuggling arms in places like Syria. Dialogue is great, but it means to be meaningful, otherwise it's like North Korea; a delaying tactic or bargaining chip. Iran has too long a history of saying one thing and doing another and Rouhani is as practiced at it as anyone. You can see it for yourself at www.hassan-rouhani.info. Only regime change is going to really change Iran while the mullahs and Khamenei

Kamal
Kamal - 8 yıl Önce

What about the current world powers and others applying the same principles as listed by Change Iran Now? May be that would help as well.Say: Saudi Arabia, US, Russia, China, India, Pakistan, UK ...