He made the remarks while talking to reporters upon arrival in the city of Mashhad in northeast of the country for a two-day visit.
He further noted that the third round of talks which started Tuesday and will continue up to Friday may probably reveal the degree of Europe's commitment to negotiations.
Saying that Iran's decision to whether or not continue with the negotiations was based on its achievements in the talks, he said the three working committee's failure to progress their jobs would persuade Iran to stop the talks.
The SNSC secretary also remarked that it was too soon now to comment firmly on the Europe's performance.
Referring to British Prime Minister's remarks who has accused Iran of supporting terrorism, he expressed his opinion that they were inspired by the official's desire to please the Zionists who financially support him in the upcoming elections in Britain.
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