Iran Confirms: Pelosi Offered to Travel to Iran for Talks

Iranian Bazteb News confirmed today that despite the US Administration’s stance, democrats have offered to travel to Iran for talks:

A leading Iranian parliamentarian said in Tehran Saturday that currently there existed no ground for negotiations between the Iran and the US.

“With the present atmosphere created by the US, there is no foundation for holding negotiations” between Tehran and Washington, said head of the national security and foreign affairs committee of the parliament, Aladdin Boroujerdi.

He was reacting to the repeated request by the US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to meet with Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki provided Iran accepts full suspension of its uranium enrichment and reprocessing programs. Also, speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, and a number of other democrat representatives of the House have offered to travel to Iran and hold talks with the Iranian officials.

Though, he noted that contrary to the US administration, “the US Congress is, more or less and generally speaking, observing international regulations and agreements.”

This news follows reports earlier this week that Pelosi and democrats were open to meet with officials in Iran.

On Friday, a top Iranian minister in the Tehran parliament said Iran would favour talks with US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.


In related news… Although it is a serious infringement of international rules, the Iranian regime will auction off the US embassy in Tehran.
It is currently used to house Revolutionary Guard members and as an anti-American propaganda museum.

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