Iran has no ambition to create nuclear weapons, said Hasan Rohani, Secretary of that country's Supreme Council of National Security, who met with Russian President Vladimir Putin here today.
As he assured the Russian president, "Tehran has no such plans in mind." "The nuclear weapons issue is NOT on our military doctrine," he added.
"We have decided to lay out all of our former activities in front of the international community, and therefore have answered all of the questions put by IAEA," Rohani added.
"Iran is making efforts to remove all the fears and concerns regarding its nuclear program," he stressed.
Rohani noted that Tehran's goal is to "pave the way for the development of a full-scale cooperation with friendly nations."
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