Ahmadinejad says he'd welcome direct talks with US in 'near future'

July 14, 2008 22:48

Iran's president tells state television he would welcome direct bilateral talks with the United States under certain conditions. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says he would hold talks with Washington but only if the two parties are treated as being on "equal footing." He did not elaborate. The Iranian leader told state TV late Monday that such talks are possible "in the near future." He did not say whether any definite plans were under way.

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