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Israel threatens Iran with military action in the event of failure of the talks in Moscow2012-06-18 17:07
Israeli authorities promised to take military action on Iran in the case, if next round of negotiations in Moscow give no serious progress.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Our position is that for the success of the negotiations the international community must do three things: to make its requirements absolutely clear and establish a clear timetable for their implementation; to increase economic and diplomatic pressure; the pressure must be confirmed by the possibility of serious military action", the Rosbalt quoted an unnamed Israeli official representative.
According to him, "the Iranians seem to have not yet realized that when the United States and others say that "all measures are on the agenda" they really mean it".
Representatives of the "six" of international mediators (Russia, Britain, China, USA, France, Germany) are discussing the Iranian "nuclear dossier" in Moscow. The next round of talks is attended by the EU High Representative on Foreign and Security Policy Catherine Ashton. Also, Secretary of Supreme National Security Council of Iran Saeed Jalili has arrives in Moscow for talks, the Vesti.ru reported.
The meeting, held in Moscow, follows the Baghdad round of negotiations. In Moscow, the parties will consider in detail the proposals made after a meeting in Baghdad. In particular, they will discuss the possible continuation of uranium enrichment in Iran to 20 per cent level.