'Iran wants diplomatic solution to sailor crisis'

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April 2, 2007 21:25

 
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Iran's chief international negotiator said Monday that Iran wants to resolve the crisis over 15 captured British sailors through diplomacy, and that there was no need to put the crew on trial. Ali Larijani said Iran's priority "is to solve the problem through proper diplomatic channels." He told Britain's Channel 4 television news, "We are not interested in letting this issue get further complicated."

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