Britain keeps options open over action against Iran

By REUTERS
November 3, 2011 03:52

 
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LONDON - Britain is keeping its options open in relation to military action against Iran, the government said on Wednesday, in response to a newspaper report it was stepping up contingency plans amid mounting concerns over Tehran's nuclear ambitions.

"We want a negotiated solution - but all options should be kept on the table," a Foreign Office spokesperson said on Wednesday.

"The British government believes that the dual track strategy of pressure and engagement is the best approach to address the threat from Iran's nuclear program and avoid regional conflict."

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