Iranian President: Obama Willing To Cooperate with Us Once the Nuke Deal is Done

‘We did speak of extended potential cooperation between Iran and the United States. President Obama was of the opinion that we can indeed collaborate and cooperate’

"During last year's telephone conversation we did speak of extended -- 'potential extended cooperation' between Iran and the United States. President Obama was of the opinion that we can indeed collaborate and cooperate in various fields, and I told him, 'I agree with you wholeheartedly that in the future we must cooperate with one another.' We do have a saying in Farsi that if you translate it as the following, let's first raise the baby that we just gave birth to and then let's go on to number two. So let's not compare any scenarios. Let's first finish the path that we've embarked upon, then there may be other issues, a multitude of issues important to both sides, we can cooperate on those."

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