Ahmadinejad aide: Iran not ready for nuke talks with West

Iran is not ready to begin discussions with the West about its controversial nuclear program next month, an adviser to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Sunday, Reuters reported.
"We will not be talking with the Western party about the nuclear energy issue in this round of the negotiation with this party," Ali Akbar Javanfekr said.
The report came after Iran had repeatedly stated its willingness to resume talks with the P5 + 1 group which consists of the UK, US, China, France, Russia and Germany.