TEHERAN, Iran — Iran on Sunday proposed that a new round of talks on its nuclear program with the United States and other world powers be held in Turkey.
Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said Iran has informed its "friends in Turkey" that it is willing to hold the talks there.
Mottaki told a news conference that Iran is "hopeful a time and agenda will be agreed upon soon."
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