German minister says meeting on Iran will show resolve of nations

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January 22, 2008 09:47

Germany's foreign minister said Tuesday that the result of a meeting of six key powers in Berlin will show Iran that concerns remain over its nuclear program. Frank-Walter Steinmeier said in an interview on Germany's ARD television before the meeting that he was not sure whether the meeting would result in a resolution on new sanctions. But, he said, he is "confident we will come to a result that will show Iran once again that our concerns are not eliminated and the resolve of the international community of states, including Russia and China, remains."


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