Report: Iran and Western powers to discuss nuclear program

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November 30, 2010 12:47

 
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Iran agreed to renew talks with world powers on its nuclear program, a European Unions spokesperson told AFP on Tuesday.

Iranian negotiator Said Jalili will meet with EU chief diplomat Catherine Ashton, who will lead the "5+1" group of nations negotiating with Iran, on December 6-7. The talks will be the first between Iran and the six world powers since October 2009.

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