Nima Ghadakpour

We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Nima Ghadakpour is associated, including Germany, Tehran, and member. Most recently, Nima Ghadakpour has been quoted saying: “You worked with Rohani for years. As president, do you think he'll deliver on the hopes he has raised among his supporters?” in the article Iran: Hassan Rohani, the pragmatic president. An other article where Nima Ghadakpour has been quoted is Soltanieh: 'Do not threaten or try to use force against Iranians'.

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What is standing in the way of an agreement between Tehran and the 5+1 powers [also known as P5, the UN Security Council permanent members the US, United Kingdom, Russia, China, and France, plus Germany]?

You worked with Rohani for years. As president, do you think he'll deliver on the hopes he has raised among his supporters?

When were you first informed of the report's existence?

As a representative of Iran to the IAEA, do you think your country is able, as you were asked in the last resolution, to be more open and clarify ambiguities in the Iranian nuclear program?

For many, the last resolution passed against Iran's nuclear program is not as severe as some had hoped. The Israeli ambassador was particularly disappointed. Do you not think that this may cause a more severe reaction for the countries in the IAEA, and even for those outside of it?

First of all, It's said that the resolution passed on the last day of the meeting, does not worry the Iranian authorities ….

But do you have proof to present to international organisations?

Yet Mr. Amano said, according to the report that since 2008, officials of the Islamic Republic have not allowed inspectors to visit all of the nuclear sites. Is this true?

But in the last letter you sent, was the criticism indicated?

But don't you think the fact that Russia and China, permanent members of the UN Security Council, have been very supportive of Iran's nuclear program, has done much to politicise this issue?

Talking of the Agency's change of approach concerning the Iranian nuclear program, since the time of Mr. Al-Baredei, you talked of an historical mistake?

What do you think is the solution to the Iranian nuclear issue? What direction should we take?

But in recent months they've been under a sort of house arrest.

The regime in Tehran thinks that there are not many protesters in Iran and the protests can't compare with those in Egypt and Tunisia and that means that the Iranian people don't want change. Do you think there will be any fundamental change in Iran?

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