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ISTANBUL (Dow Jones)--Iran said Sunday it is ready to start negotiations "immediately" with the major powers over a potential nuclear fuel swap and is sending a letter to the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog in Vienna regarding its terms for the deal.
Iran's foreign minister, Manouchehr Mottaki, was speaking after a lunch in Istanbul with his Turkish and Brazilian counterparts, who brokered the potential fuel-exchange deal in May. They also voted against a new round of sanctions on Iran at the United Nations Security Council in June.
"Tomorrow (Monday) the letter will be conveyed to the IA
Originally posted by wiredamerican
Dang, now that Iran is complying, who is going to be the next bad guy... Venezuela ? No Koweea ? We gotta have a FOE and now that our plan is sank, we are on the verge of assemble our new FOE of all that is good.