Former Iranian nuclear negotiator: Constructive ideas introduced

October 24, 2007 17:12


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Iran's former top nuclear negotiator said Wednesday that "constructive" ideas that could yield progress over the impasse on Tehran's nuclear dossier had been introduced during talks with top Italian and European Union officials. Ali Larijani spoke at a press conference after meeting with Italian Premier Romano Prodi and the EU foreign policy chief, Javier Solana. "In the last part of the talks with Mr. Prodi and Mr. Solana, ideas were introduced that were constructive and that might lead to further progress," Larijani said. He did not elaborate.

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