Mottaki to address prestigious Munich Security Conference

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February 5, 2010 14:38

 
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MUNICH – Iran's official IRNA news agency reported Friday that Iranian Foreign Minister Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki would also address the Munich Security Conference Friday night.

The prestigious gathering, in which world leaders and top diplomats talk policy in an informal setting, is also expected to focus on ongoing concerns about Iran's nuclear program, instability in Pakistan and Afghanistan, and the development of the A400 transport plane.

The Munich Security Conference will open Friday with an evening address by China's foreign minister — a shift from the meeting's traditional trans-Atlantic focus in a nod to the growing importance of Asia.

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