Iran says nuclear fuel swap still possible

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
June 15, 2010 20:22

 
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TEHRAN  — Iran state television has quoted Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as saying Tuesday that a nuclear fuel swap proposed by Turkey and Brazil as a solution to the standoff with the West is still possible.

The report said Ahmadinejad told visiting Turkish parliament speaker Mehmet Ali Sahin that the agreement is "alive and will play a role" in future talks.

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