EU's Solana reports progress in Iran talks

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September 15, 2006 18:00

 
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European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana insisted Friday that talks to persuade Iran to bring its nuclear program into line with international demands are going well. "We are really making progress," Solana told reporters. "Never before have we had the level of engagement ... as we are having now." He said he hoped for a new meeting with Iran's top negotiator Ali Larijani in the coming days.

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