President Hassan Rouhani said that the nuclear deal signed between Iran and world powers can become a role model for similar negotiations in the world and lead to establishment of security and stability in the region.
During a ceremony held Tuesday in Tehran, Rouhani said people’s vote in Iran’s 2013 presidential elections and the support of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Imam Sayyed Ali Khamenei, were the reasons for the success of talks with G5+1.
There were certain people that opposed the nuclear talks from the very beginning, claiming that the other sides of talks will deceive the Iranian negotiators, he added.
“Of course the nuclear deal is a win-win deal in the interest of all sides and the region,” Rouhani told the 34th Book of the Year Award and the 24th World Award for Book of the Year of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Referring to recent talks between the Syrian government and the opposition in Kazakhstan capital, Astana, Rouhani said the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action reached between Iran and G5+1 can become an example for similar negotiations in the world and lead to establishment of security and stability in the region.
Had the Leader not proposed the idea of heroic flexibility in the talks and encouraged people to vote in 2013 presidential elections, we would not have been able to succeed and emerge victorious, he noted.