The West has no choice other than acknowledging Iran's inalienable nuclear rights, an Iranian Parliament member said on Sunday. Chairman of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of Iranian Majlis (Parliament) Alaedin Broujerdi outlined the procedures of the upcoming Moscow talks between Iran and the 5+1 and said the whole thing depended on the commitment of the participating states to their promises and previous suggestions. In remarks to the state-run (IRNA) news agency, Broujerdi further stressed that the 5+1 member states should act according to the agreements reached during Istanbul and Baghdad talks because if they decline to do so for any reason there will be no positive outcome imaginable for the negotiations. West has so far issued many illegal and politically motivated resolutions against Iran, Broujerdi said, stressing that Tehran is strongly against such an approach and will never withdraw from its peaceful nuclear rights. The fourth round of talks between Iran and the 5+1 is due to be held in Moscow on June 18. The three past sessions were held in Istanbul and Baghdad.