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Kerry saying ‘Iran doesn’t need enrichment’ is US response to Rouhani’s optimism

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US Secretary of State John Kerry
US Secretary of State John Kerry
According to Keyhan daily, Khamenei’s mouthpiece, the optimistic remarks of Iranian regime president Rouhani in his trip to Switzerland about the “not impossible” chance of the reopening of the US Embassy in Tehran and the need for both sides to endeavor to lift the disagreements was mentioned at a time when US Secretary of State John Kerry, contrary to the contents of the Geneva agreement, claimed that Iran doesn’t need uranium enrichment and the Arak heavy water power plant.
John Kerry said in his speech in the Davos Conference in Switzerland that we will never allow the Iranian regime to operate the Arak power plant. He added that Rouhani’s remarks about the Iranian regime not seeking nuclear weapons are meaningless unless US sees practical measures.
Regarding the regime’s nuclear program, Kerry said that now the IAEA inspectors can be at Fordo and Natanz on a daily basis. Also, the inspectors can be at Arak every month. We have lengthened the time for the Iranian regime to acquire a bomb and we have made it more traceable.
Regarding the remarks of Iranian regime president at the Davos Conference, Secretary Kerry said Rouhani was here on Thursday and said we want to engage with the world. If he is serious about his remarks, it is easy to prove it. A country that wants a peaceful nuclear program doesn’t want an enrichment cycle underground and doesn’t want a heavy water reactor. 

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