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Published on Jul 13, 2007
Ali Larijani Iran's top nuclear negotiator gave an exclusive interview to Press TV before leaving for high-level talks with the IAEA and the European Union.
Mr. Larijani emphasized the need for a clear timetable on the Iranian nuclear program together with the IAEA to settle the outstanding issues.
Following the meeting Mr. Solana told press reporters on Monday "We have had a very constructive meeting, and we will meet again in three weeks' time," Solana told reporters after the four-hour meeting at the Portuguese foreign ministry headquarters.
"We will continue on this path," added Solana.
Larijani said Iran wanted to settle its nuclear dispute with the West through diplomacy. Asked whether a new UN sanctions resolution could end his talks with Solana, Larijani said: "If some adventure-seeking countries want to interrupt the process of diplomacy, this may have some effects."
"I think for the big powers the prevalence of tranquility would be more important," Reuters quoted Larijani as saying.