PM: Iran must halt enrichment, dismantle Qom facility

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April 8, 2012 20:13

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Sunday reiterated the concessions that Israel believes Iran must make at upcoming nuclear talks with the West. 

Speaking to visiting Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti, Netanyahu said: "Our policy on Iran has not changed ... We will follow the talks. The demands of Iran must be clear: to take away the enriched material, halt the enrichment and dismantle the facility in Qom."

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