Iran-EU nuclear talks break off for night

September 28, 2006 00:38


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Negotiators for Iran and the European Union paused after five hours of "very intense" talks over Iran's disputed nuclear program and a spokesman for EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana said they would resume Thursday. "The talks just broke off and we will resume tomorrow (Thursday) morning," Solana spokeswoman Cristina Gallach said late Wednesday, describing the talks as "very intense." Solana and chief Iranian nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani met at a Foreign Ministry facility near Lake Tegel on the outskirts of Berlin. US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice telephoned Solana on Wednesday and renewed US support for his talks with Iran, she told reporters in Washington, D.C.

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