Iran says no firm date yet for talks with EU

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September 6, 2006 13:03

 
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Iran's foreign minister said Wednesday that discussions were continuing to fix a date and venue for talks with the European Union over the disputed Iranian nuclear program. "The timing and place is not decided yet, it is under discussion by both sides," said Manoucher Mottaki. Talks between Iran's chief nuclear negotiator and the European Union's foreign policy chief had been tentatively set for Wednesday in Vienna.

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