Iran: Ali Khamenei is “not optimistic” about nuclear talks

NCRI – The Iranian regime is not optimistic about the ongoing nuclear talks with the major powers, the regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei said on Sunday.

“As I have said earlier in the city of Mashhad , I am not optimistic about the nuclear talks,” said Khamenei, adding that “But, with God’s help, we will not suffer loss in the negotiations and this is an experience which will enhance the mental capacity of our nation.”

Talking to a group of students one day ahead of the anniversary of the U.S. embassy seizure in Tehran in 1979, he was quoted as saying by the official IRNA news agency that “If the negotiations bear fruits, so much the better. But, if there is no result, it means that the country should rely on itself.”

The Supreme Leader of the mullahs’ regime reiterated earlier position referred to the United States, as “enemy” and that it “cannot be trusted.”

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