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NEW YORK, September 27. /ITAR-TASS/. Tehran is determined to go ahead with cooperation with Moscow in the nuclear sphere, Iranian president Hassan Rouhani told a news conference in New York on Friday in reply to a question from ITAR-TASS.
He said the Islamic republic expected implementation of all agreements in this sphere.
The sanctions imposed against Iran will not yield any results and all of them must be lifted, Hassan Rouhani told .
“Sanctions never prove a constructive instrument,” he said. “Any agreement must imply their full cancellation.”
Rouhani pointed out that sanctions would not force Teheran to drop its nuclear program.
“Iran will never abdicate its right to develop civilian nuclear power,” he said.