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EU-Iran Talks Continue

Posted by uscsjp on September 28, 2006

Javier Solana (left) and Ali Larijani in Berlin

Talks could resume by phone in the middle of next week

Two days of talks between Iran and the European Union in Berlin have ended without agreement on how to resolve the dispute about Iran’s nuclear programme. But both sides reported progress and said they would talk again. The EU’s Javier Solana said talks would be held next week, possibly by phone.

Iranian negotiator Ali Larijani said positive conclusions had been reached at the talks in Berlin.

If Iran does not suspend uranium enrichment, the US and the so-called EU3 – France, Germany and the UK – have agreed to ask the UN Security Council to impose sanctions. . .

China and Russia, two permanent members of the Security Council, are opposed to sanctions. (full story)

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