Iran Hints at Nuclear Cooperation with U.S.

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei attends a meeting with lawmakers in Tehran. (Office of the Iranian Supreme Leader via AP)

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UPDATED 12:55 PM PT — Tues. July 17, 2018 One America News Network

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{Iran’s armor is starting to crack? – LS}

The Ayatollah regime in Iran is signaling that it is open for nuclear cooperation with the United States.

Officials at the Iranian nuclear agency said, Tehran could be more transparent in its nuclear endeavors to alleviate some of America’s concerns. However, the Ayatollah regime said the U.S. must stop what it calls “hostile” policies toward Iran.

This comes as the Treasury Department is set to slap two rounds of sanctions on the Islamic republic, while the country is mired in a wave of domestic civil unrest.

Ayatollah regime officials urged for better relations between the U.S. and Iran.

“America is a country that has good technology, if it had good leaders too, it would be able to work very well with Iran and other countries, in a way that both parties could benefit,” said Behrouz Kamalvandi, spokesman for Iran’s Atomic Energy Agency. “There is ground for nuclear cooperation if a political situation is ready, but that’s highly unlikely — first they need to stop being selfish.”

Israeli intelligence recently exposed — what it says– is a military component of Iran’s nuclear program.

Some say Tehran could be seeking better relations with the U.S. for the purposes of regime protection.


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