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Iran urges focus on Israel’s nuclear weapons, in fair nuclear talks

President Ahmadinejad also urged the P5+1 countries to announce their views about Israel’s nuclear bombs.

Iran welcomes ‘fair’ nuclear talks, Press TV, 19 Oct 10, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast says Tehran welcomes fair and purposeful talks with the West over its nuclear program.“We welcome any purposeful fair talks that respect the nations’ rights,” Mehmanparast said at his weekly press conference on Tuesday when asked about the resumption of talks with the P5+1.He said that negotiations could yield “fruitful” results if they were held in an atmosphere of “cooperation” rather than confrontation.
Mehmanparast added that Iran was still awaiting a response to a letter by Iran’s top nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili to EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton on the resumption of talks.

Talks between Iran and the P5+1 group, which Ashton represents, have been stalled since October 1, 2009, when the two sides met in Geneva.

In a letter to Ashton dated July 6, Jalili said that while Iran is still ready to resume talks with the group of six world powers, a number of conditions would first have to be met. ……President Ahmadinejad also urged the P5+1 countries to announce their views about Israel’s nuclear bombs.

PressTV – Iran welcomes ‘fair’ nuclear talks

October 19, 2010 - Posted by | general | , , ,

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