IRNA – Deputy Director of Russiaˈs Center for Political Technologies Sergei Mikheyev said Wednesday that Iran could prove the peaceful nature of its nuclear program to the world through widespread diplomatic efforts.
Mikheyev said Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his team could convince the other side during the five rounds of talks with six world nations to respect Iranˈs rights and accepts its demands.
He said Russia and China that have always supported Iranˈs right to peaceful nuclear technology are satisfied with the negotiations underway and are working with other parties to draft a final deal.
The senior Russian political expert said reaching a comprehensive deal would end years of dispute over Iranˈs nuclear program and subsequently lead to a full lifting of sanctions on the country.
However, he predicted that differences between Tehran and Washington would remain in place even after striking a final deal on Iranˈs nuclear dispute.
Elsewhere in his remarks the deputy director of Russiaˈs Center for Political Technologies called for enhanced ties between Iran and Russia.
Mikheyev said common challenges and threats as well as neighborhood in the Caspian Sea region requires both Iran and Russia to maintain their friendly ties.
He said the two countries should not allow their strategic relations to be influenced and undermined by outbreak of temporary situations.
He also said abundant common grounds in international arena have to be used as a base for further cooperation between the two countries.
Center for Political Technologies is one of the oldest independent think-tanks in Russia.