Turkey FM: Talks between Iran, UNSC may resume in April

By REUTERS
February 29, 2012 00:47

 
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ISTANBUL - Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Tuesday that talks between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany over Tehran's disputed nuclear program may resume in April.

"Latest in April, I guess there will be a meeting in about a month's time. If they prefer to hold it in Turkey we will always host it," Davutoglu said in an interview with the state-run TRT Haber television, adding he would speak to his Iranian counterpart next week.

Turkey prefers a diplomatic solution to address questions about Iran's nuclear program, which the West suspects is a cover to develop an atomic bomb. Iran says it is for purely peaceful power generation.

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