Iranian students protest any negotiation with the US

Tehran (IP) - A group of university students, and people gathered in front of the foreign ministry in central Tehran on Monday, to protest against any negotiations with Washington.

Iran PressIran news: Protesters chanted anti-Trump and anti-American slogans, making clear their opposition to any sort of negotiations with the United States. They also forthrightly condemned America's hostile policies towards Iran.

The students expressed their disgust with the hostile policies of America's criminal leaders towards the Islamic Republic, chanting 'Down with the USA'.

Iranian foreign minister in an interview with the German magazine, Der Spiegel when asked whether he ruled out the possibility of negotiations with the US, said: "No, I never rule out the possibility that people will change their approach and recognize the realities."

"For us, it doesn’t matter who is sitting in the White House. What matters is how they behave. The Trump administration can correct its past, lift the sanctions and come back to the negotiating table," he added.

In his latest tweet, Zarif said that 'Trump is still dreaming about a bilateral meeting—to satisfy HIS lust for a "Trump deal".

Zarif's message came after US President Donald Trump wrote in Twitter, "Iranian Foreign Minister says Iran wants to negotiate with the United States but wants sanctions removed." Trump went on to say that Washington was unwilling to accept the condition.

US officials, including Donald Trump, have repeatedly said in recent months that they want talks with Iran.


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