Raisi: We will not leave negotiating table but will stand against avarice

Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi said Tehran will not leave the negotiating table but will stand against the excessive demands that lead to the loss of the interests of the Iranian people.

Raisi made his remarks on Thursday in an unannounced presence among participants of the “National Day of Fighting Against Global Arrogance” ceremonies in Semnan.

The president referred to the date for the start of negotiations on the lifting of oppressive sanctions against the Iranian people, saying “The negotiation we are considering is result-oriented, and we will by no means fall short of the rightful demand of the Iranian people, namely the lifting of oppressive sanctions.”

“As Iran has previously stated, we will not leave the negotiating table, but we will stand up to the excessive demands that leads to the detriment of the interests of the Iranian people,” Raisi said.

Stressing that we will not retreat from the interests of the Iranian people in any way, Raisi said “At the same time, we will pursue both the lifting of sanctions and the sanctions removal.”

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