Six nations to hold meeting on Iran in Germany this week

August 31, 2009 13:35

The German government on Monday said officials from six countries trying to address concerns about Iran's nuclear program will meet in Germany this week. Foreign Ministry spokesman Jens Ploetner said the meeting at "high civil servant level" will be held in Germany, but not in Berlin. He did not give more details about its location or timing. The five permanent members of the UN Security Council - the US, Britain, France, Russia and China - and Germany have held regular meetings on Iran.

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