Mottaki: Iran ready to review the West's nuclear fuel exchange proposals

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December 19, 2009 13:13

 
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Iran is ready to review fuel exchange proposals put forth by the P5+1, Iranian Foreign Minister Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said in an interview with the Iranian news agency published Saturday. During the interview, Mottaki stated that Teheran recently offered to move nuclear fuel to the island of Kish, in the Persian Gulf. The proposal, he said, was a gesture of goodwill which "aimed to open a door for the other side." In recent weeks, US officials warned that the window of opportunity for talks with Iran was rapidly closing.

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