Ahmadinejad proposes more nuclear talks

January 23, 2011 12:29


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TEHERAN, Iran  — Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Sunday he expects positive results from further sessions of nuclear talks with the world powers.

Speaking in a provincial visit broadcast live on state TV, Ahmadinejad said that if the world powers were just, "a good agreement will be concluded in further sessions."

He added that there had been no expectations that the disputes would be settlement after just a few sessions.

The remarks comes after talks between Iran and world powers in Istanbul on Friday and Saturday failed after the Tehran maintained would not even consider freezing uranium enrichment, the key issue in the talks.

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