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Some countries displeased with Iran-IAEA agreement

TEHRAN, Sep. 12 (ISNA)-Iran's supreme national security council secretary said it was a surprise to see some countries were displeased with Iran-IAEA agreement while most members of the Board of Governors were welcoming this issue.

Iran and the IAEA have reached an agreement and have even solved some problems therefore a wrong measure by the other side can ruin every thing, he adds.

"I have told Solana and ElBaradei if one side smiles the other should not frown, we take a constructive step, you should clear the atmosphere."

Regarding Tehran-Washington talks over Iraq Ali Larijani says that in previous three rounds of talks Iran gave practical solution for each problem.

"Iran recommended very precise solutions to overcome terrorism and establish peace in Iraq but the recent report by the U.S ambassador and top commander showed they have no realistic views; they should keep their feet on the ground."

Iraq suffers from occupation and terrorism but in General Petraeus' report the former is neglected deliberately so to convince the world that U.S. troops should stay in Iraq for a long time, he notes.

"That is big mistake, the longer they stay there, the more they create problems for themselves."

"If the Americans leave Iraq for its original owners the Iraqi government and nation are able to handle their state very well."

He also regarding the U.S. military bases in Iraq announces that the Iraqi government has clearly asserted that they will not let the U.S. to establish such bases near Iran's borders.

If the Americans keep the rational path Iran is always ready to help Iraq as it has done up to now, says Larijani.

"Petraeus and Crocker said that leaving Iraq was to the benefit of Iran, but we believe the longer you stay, the more it is to the benefit of Iran because the Iraqi nation and the world would have more opportunities to see and know your real face and intentions."

... Payvand News - 9/13/07 ... --

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