TEHRAN, Apr.14 (ISNA)-Iran's parliament national security and foreign affairs committee chief said that currently there existed no ground for negotiations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the U.S.
"With the current atmosphere created by the U.S. there was no foundation for holding negotiations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and that government," said Aladdin Broujerdi.
This official also referred to some of the recent requests made by some U.S. Congress officials so to enter Iran and hold negotiations.
"Although the U.S. government and Congress in some ways follow different policies, but still generally speaking the U.S. is treading on international regulations and agreements," he added.
"Attacking Iran's consulate and kidnapping five Iranian diplomats are not exactly matters which will this easily be forgotten by the Iranian nation," Broujerdi emphasized.
"It is expected of the U.S. Congress and its foreign affairs office to stand against such actions, which are being executed by the government," he said, while adding "Negotiations are for future stages and from what it is witnessed currently it can be predicted that talks between the two sides will not bare any results."
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