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Next talks between Iran and "six" will be held April 132012-03-28 16:02
According to the Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi, representatives of the Islamic Republic will hold a meeting with the negotiators of the six mediator countries (Russia, Britain, Germany, China, USA and France) on April 13.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the RG.ru, representatives of the Islamic Republic will hold a meeting with the negotiators of the six mediator countries (Russia, Britain, Germany, China, USA and France) on April 13. The main topic of the meeting must be a settlement of the Iranian nuclear issue.
Ali Akbar Salehi also stated the place of upcoming meeting will be determined in the coming days. "I think the best venue for the talks is Istanbul. Turkey has already declared its readiness to host the meeting. However, the final decision is still pending. There are other options", the edition quoted Salehi.
Recall, the last such meeting was held in January 2011. However, that time the parties could not even agree on an agenda. In mid-February 2012, Secretary of Supreme National Security Council of the Islamic Republic Saeed Jalili sent to the "six" of the mediator countries an offer to resume talks, noting that Iran was ready to voice during the talks its new initiatives. The proposal was accepted on March 6, 2012.