Iran negotiator says hopes for new political talks

By REUTERS
June 19, 2012 21:45

 
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MOSCOW - Iran's chief nuclear negotiator said he hoped a new round of talks would be agreed with world powers following a technical meeting planned for July 3 after talks in Moscow failed to resolve differences over Tehran's nuclear program on Tuesday.

But Iranian negotiator Saeed Jalili also reiterated there was no reason to doubt the peaceful aims of Tehran's nuclear program and said UN Security Council resolutions against Iran were "illegal."

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