Clinton: Time limited for peaceful solution to Iran threat

By REUTERS
April 1, 2012 04:07

 
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As the new US-Gulf security forum wrapped up in Saudi Arabia Saturday night, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Iran's time was limited to resolve its nuclear situation.

Fresh talks between Iran and world powers are expected to get underway in mid-April as Tehran faces increasing economic and political pressure over its nuclear activities.

"It soon will be clear whether Iran's leaders are prepared to have a serious credible discussion about their nuclear program, whether they are ready to start building the basis of a resolution to this very serious problem," said Clinton.

"It is up to Iran's leaders to make the right choice. We will see whether they will intend to do so, starting with the P5+1 negotiations in Istanbul April 13-14. What is certain however, is that Iran's window to seek and obtain a peaceful resolution will not remain open forever," she continued.

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