The situation in Iran is not special

Saturday, November 17, 2007

The situation in Iran is not special, government spokesman, Iran-Gov't-Spokesman  Gholam-Hossein Elham, said.

We do not think there is any situation or threat that may be a cause of concern," Elham said. "If by special situation you mean all Iranians are working happily with energy and hope, then we can confirm that the situation is special, otherwise, there is nothing concerning," stressed the spokesman.

He added that the current situation "is ripe" for gaining Iran's nuclear rights and that the government was quickly moving towards its goals.

"The international organizations have never had such a good cooperation with Iran as they have now," Elham stressed.

He said even the US officials have repeatedly acknowledged that they were not thinking of carrying out military action against Iran.

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