In this system, more power means having a bigger share in making decisions about the countriesIran slams U.N. Security Council hierarchy Mar 09, 2009
Ways and means required for enhancing and consolidating high-level joint security should be provided through the establishment of joint working groupsIran restates support for Iraq Jan 21, 2009
In our package, we did not make any demand but announced Iran's willingness for talks, which was welcomed by many countriesOfficial: Iranians back nuclear program Jun 22, 2008
We want to discuss the fundamental problems of global politics at the Istanbul talksTalks on Iran's nuke plans begin in Turkey Jan 21, 2011
Saeed Jalili, (Persian: سعید جلیلی, born 1965 in Mashhad ) is an Iranian politician and the present secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council. On October 20, 2007, he replaced Ali Larijani as the secretary of the council and hence chief nuclear negotiator of Iran. He was previously Deputy Foreign Minister for European and American Affairs.
Born 1965 in Mashhad, Jalili has a Ph.D in political science from Imam Sadeq University, the title of his doctoral thesis was "Paradigm of Political Thought of Islam in the Holy Quran". He worked as a university lecturer before becoming a junior government official in 1989, rising to become Director General for Office of Supreme Leader of Iran in 2001 and Deputy Foreign Minister for European and American Affairs and an advisor to the President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2005. He speaks Persian, English, and Arabic.