Rice: US wants Iran to play a role in Iraq

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May 23, 2006 23:48

 
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The US recognizes that Iran has a role to play in Iraq, but wants Teheran to help stabilize the country, US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said in an interview aired Tuesday on Arab television. Rice's comments came ahead of planned talks between the United States and Iran over the situation in Iraq. "Iran will clearly play a role," Rice told the Al-Arabiya satellite channel. "The question is: Will it be a positive role? Will it be a role that is befitting a good neighbor?"

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