UNSC permanent members to discuss Iran's nukes

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Representatives of the United States, Great Britain, Russia, France, and China - the five permanent members of the UN Security Council - were scheduled to meet on Monday in London to discuss the crisis of Iran's nuclear project. The focus of the meeting was to convince Russia and China to allow the UNSC to discuss the issue, Army Radio reported. Last week, France, Germany, and Great Britain announced that negotiations with Iran have reached a dead-end, and therefore the issue must be handed over the UNSC. A German representative was also invited to the meeting. German Chancellor Angela Merkel was to talk to Russian President Vladimir Putin in a meeting between the two scheduled for Monday.