Iran says no 'preliminary conditions' for talks

By REUTERS
February 16, 2012 10:09

 
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MOSCOW - Iran's ambassador to Russia said on Thursday that Tehran would accept "no preliminary conditions" for the potential start of new talks with six global powers over the country's nuclear program.

"I think that both sides know that there should be no preliminary conditions for these talks at all," the ambassador, Seyed Mahmoud-Reza Sajjadi, said at a news conference in Moscow.

Iranian television said on Wednesday that the government had handed a letter to European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton expressing Iran's readiness to "hold new talks over its nuclear program in a constructive way".


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