Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: Iran’s Nuclear Swap Deal with Turkey Resolves the Long Standing Nuclear Dispute
Midst his ever so popular argumentative stance, the Iranian President – Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that Iran’s nuclear swap deal with Turkey is perhaps, the last effort in resolving the long standing nuclear dispute between Iran and the Western society.
He said that the nuclear deal, among Iran, Turkey and Brazil is going to serve as a final opportunity that shouldn’t be lost. The Iranian President also mentioned that President Obama should understand that this opportunity is a way of showing Americans and all those opposing groups, that Iran can still set things going in a positive motion. Maybe, if all procedures go right, the American administration will give up on those erroneous policies against Iran.
As per the NPT policies against nuclear power, President Obama fears the worse for rest of the world. He believes that this intended deal between Iran and Turkey is just going to strengthen Iran in terms of its nuclear assets.
While other nations, such as; Russia, took sides with the U.N. Security Council, against Iran, President Ahmadinejad said that the 4th round of sanctions against his country was totally uncalled for. The issue is still under debate in various countries and the U.N. officials so we don’t have a proper verdict on it for now.