Thursday, January 24, 2013

Iran Proposes The Next Round Of Nuclear Talks In Egypt

Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi speaks during a news conference following his meeting with Sheikh Ahmed Mohamed el-Tayeb, Egyptian Imam of al-Azhar Mosque, in Cairo January 10, 2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

EU Says Iran Stalling On Nuclear Talks -- Reuters

(Reuters) - Iran is stalling on fixing a date and location for a new round of talks on its nuclear program, the European Union's foreign policy chief said on Wednesday, but there is still hope that talks between Tehran and six world powers can begin soon.

EU officials have been in contact with Iranian negotiators repeatedly since December to try to prepare a new set of talks, which the West hopes will lead to Iran scaling back its nuclear work and avert the threat of another war in the Middle East.

But they have failed to agree on a plan so far.

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More New On Nuclear Talks With Iran

Russia urges Iran to speed up nuclear cooperation -- AFP
Diplomats press Iran to stop stalling on nuclear talks -- Al-Monitor
Iran proposes Egypt as venue for nuclear talks with world powers -- Washington Post/AP
Iran suggests Cairo as venue for next nuclear talks -- Reuters
Iran president on Western sanctions: "To hell with you" -- CBS/AP
Iran’s president scoffs at Western sanctions on oil, gas exports, touts inventions instead -- Washington Post/AP

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