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Turkey Announced Readiness to Host the Next Round of Iran and 5+1 Talks

  

The Turkish President Abdullah Gul, announced on Monday his country is ready to host talks between Iran and major powers China, Russia and four other Western countries namely France, Germany, the UK and the US.  

November 09, 2010 (Hamsayeh.net) - Ankara to host the next round of 5+1 nuclear talks that have been suspended for the past several months due to incoherent policies adopted by the US, the UK and France. 

The Turkish President Abdullah Gul, announced on Monday his country is ready to host talks between Iran and major powers China, Russia and four other Western countries namely France, Germany, the UK and the US.  

ĎAs a result of more recent developments, you have also heard that Turkey will host the P5+1 meeting with Iran in Turkey and that is going to happen some time soon,í Abdullah Gul said during a visit to England. Turkey and Brazil have successfully conducted a series of negotiations with Tehran that led to signing of a nuclear fuel exchange. US abruptly rejected the deal right after it was signed, claiming it did not help lessen concerns over Iranís pursuit of a military nuclear program.  

Also in Tehran, the countryís chief nuclear negotiator, Saeed Jalili set the date for the next round of talks. Saeed Jalili, The secretary of the Supreme national Security Council, in a letter sent to his counterpartís office indicated Iranís proposed date and place of talks, as reported by Press TV.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The next round of talks between Iran and 5+1 countries is expected to be held in Turkey

 

 

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