Solana warns Iran it needs to progress in nuke negotiations

October 3, 2007 18:28


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EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana warned Iran Wednesday that the European Union wanted to see progress in international negotiations over its nuclear program or risk new sanctions by the end of the year. Solana, speaking to EU lawmakers at the European Parliament, said talks with the UN nuclear energy agency in Vienna and talks he is conducting with a top Iranian official needed to move ahead. "We can't wait forever, and we have to see those negotiations are moving ahead ... there is a risk of more sanctions and it is a real risk, we have to get that across," Solana told the EU assembly's foreign affairs committee.

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