French FM 'deplores' Iranian response to UN offer

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August 31, 2006 22:06

 
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France's Foreign Minister on Thursday deplored Iran's response to an offer on behalf of five UN Security Council members plus Germany to discuss Tehran's terms for new nuclear talks. "I deplore Iran's unsatisfactory response to the ambition propositions for negotiation," Philippe Douste-Blazy said in a statement. "I am still convinced that path of dialogue should still be favored," he said.

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