'Nuke talks in Sept., with conditions'

Iran's Jalili: West must answer "3 questions" before dialogue resumes.

July 6, 2010 14:26
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Secretary of the Iranian Supreme National Security

Jalili speaks in China 311. (photo credit: Associated Press)


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Iran will resume negotiations over its nuclear program if certain conditions are met, the country's top nuclear negotiator was quoted as saying Tuesday.

Saeed Jalili said that Iran need "three questions answered" by the West before talks continue, according to state news agency IRNA.

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No further details were given in the report.

Also Tuesday, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast was quoted as saying reports that Tehran has been denied refueling rights are "part of a psychological war." Reuters reported that Mehmanparast told a news conference, "this news is not right. No such limitation has been imposed."

The comments came after a Wall Street Journal report on Monday that British oil giant BP refused to refuel Iranian airlines after the US Congress passed a new round of tightened sanctions against Iran last week.

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