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Iran nuclear talks likely in Turkey

BELGIUM: Negotiations between world powers and Tehran on Iran's nuclear programme scheduled for Oct. 1 will most likely take place in Turkey, the chief Western negotiator said on Tuesday.

"It has not been finally decided, but I think very likely it will be Turkey," EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana, who has headed the Western negotiating effort with Iran, told reporters in Brussels when asked where the talks would take place.

Solana said Western policy remained "twin track" to offer incentives to Iran to abandon a nuclear programme the West suspects is aimed at producing nuclear weapons, while holding out the threat of further sanctions.

Reuters

 

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