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Published on May 3, 2009
As Iran's Foreign Minister, Manouchehr Mottaki will lead negotiations over his country's nuclear programme. Those discussions with the UN Security Council and Germany, the so-called six-party talks, come amid more conciliatory language emanating from Washington. euronews asked Mottaki for the Iranian point of view.
euronews: Manoucher Mottaki, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Iran. Iran is ready to resume the six party talks, what is Iran ready to offer? Mottaki: Thank you very much in the name of God, the compassionate and the merciful. Iran is going to update its previous package, which we offered last year. Since last year, the world (is) faced with several developments: the monetary and economic crisis in the world as well as changes in some administrations and...