Iran negotiator not optimistic on nuclear talks with West

By REUTERS
December 14, 2012 16:03

 
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NEW DELHI - A member of Iran's nuclear negotiation team said on Friday that talks between Iran and big Western powers were unlikely to yield results and it doesn't make sense for Tehran to stop enriching uranium to 20 percent fissile purity.

"Personally speaking, I am not optimistic," Mostafa Dolatyar told reporters at the Iranian embassy in New Delhi.

"They have made certain connections with purely technical issues and something purely political. As far as this is the mentality and this is the approach from 5+1 or whatever else you call it, definitely there is no end for this game.

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