Oct 17, 2010

Iran ready to resume talks on nuclear program

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is prepared to resume talks on its nuclear program that was interrupted last year, reports the Associated Press.

It is expected that consultation on this issue will begin in November. The talks will be attended by the five permanent UN Security Council members - the U.S., Britain, China, Russia and France and Germany.

According to the Iranian leader, "West himself made the first step." "They came and said:" We will negotiate. "Well, we will negotiate with you" - said Ahmadinejad.

24 comments:

  1. Good to see people taking steps towards a world without nuclear weapons.

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  2. Very promising, let's hope anyway

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  3. We can all guess how this might end.

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  4. lol fuck it seems like in next 10 years every country will have nuclear weapons (srylanka too) but italy no so we will get owned by everyone ://

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  5. Pffft. I'll never trust any country with an Islamic government.

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  6. Hehe, yeah. He also said Israel could go to hell, and that those who support it can follow with it.

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  7. nuclear energy is by far one of the best energies we learned to harvest, and still we use it to create weapons ... dumb fucks >.<

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  8. I'm skeptical but it's a step in the right direction for Iran

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  9. nothing more than a publicity stunt. iran is filth

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  10. I hope these talks will actually go somewhere..

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  11. what is iran exactly planning with all the nuclear stuff they have?

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  12. I wonder how it will all come to a head

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