Iran to maintain nuclear policy after replacing FM: spokesman
Updated: 2010-12-14 15:55
TEHERAN, Iran - The nuclear policies of Iran would not change after the replacement of former Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said Tuesday.
After the replacement of the Iranian foreign minister, "neither nuclear policies nor the framework of the (nuclear) talks will change," said the spokesman in his weekly press briefing on Tuesday.
The major policies of the country have a pre-defined framework and principles, and the replacement of a foreign minister will bring no change to those policies, he said, referring to the country's nuclear program.
China and the world set to embrace the merciful, peaceful year of rabbit
Historical records and Caucasian features of locals suggest link with Roman Empire.
Coastal Yantai banks on little things that matter to grow
The State Council launched a new round of measures to rein in property prices.