Iran's UN envoy criticizes US, EU over nuclear talks

By REUTERS
June 30, 2012 02:05

 
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NEW YORK - Western powers negotiating with Iran over its nuclear program have not been "serious enough" in their attempts to resolve an escalating stand-off with the Islamic Republic, Tehran's UN envoy said on Friday.

Iran held what officials said were intense talks in Moscow earlier this month with the five permanent UN Security Council members and Germany - the so-called P5+1 - about its nuclear program, but a breakthrough once again failed to materialize.

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