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08/29/10

Larijani: Iran never ruled out talks with P5+1, Vienna Group

Source: ISNA

Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said Sunday that the country has never ruled out talks with P5+1 or Vienna Group.

Concerning the US officials' remarks that Iran is ready for talks with P5+1 and Vienna Group (the US, Russia, France and the UN nuclear watchdog), Larijani said, "we have never ruled out talks, but sometime they left table of talks and showed misconduct."

"Iran has already proposed nuclear talks with P5+1 or Vienna Group and the time of talks was the only issue left, but they sometimes refused to sit behind the table," he told ISNA.

Also Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast has already said the way is paved for Iran's nuclear talks with Vienna Group.

"We have expressed our readiness for talks with Vienna Group and we believe the way is paved for talks to start," Mehmanparast continued.

"Talks can be started sooner if they specify details and we reach an agreement on place and date of the negotiations," Mehmanparast noted.

Iran is under 4th sets of the UN Security Council resolutions over its refusal to halt peaceful enrichment work.


Talks with P5+1 to be formally declared by Iran if scheduled: Top MP


An Iranian top parliamentarian said Sunday that if any talks between Iran and P5+1 is to be held, it would formally announced by Iranian officials.

Concerning a US official's remarks that Iran would sit with P5+1 in September, he said, "upcoming talks are usually declared and it is not an issue to be unveiled by an American official," the Chairman of Iranian Parliament National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi told ISNA.

"Iran will announce time and place of talks as well as level of negotiations and the issue of talks with P5+1 will be unveiled after final conclusion."

 

 

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