The international conference was held at the invitation of nine legal and human rights institutions from several European countries.
Iranian authorities delivered their reply late Thursday to Britain, France and Germany and to EU high representative Javier Solana late Thursday, the ministry said without divulging its contents.
here Thursday to seek "clarifications" on a proposed deal that would require Tehran to indefinitely suspend a pivotal aspect
of its nuclear energy program that could be converted to
military use, Western diplomatic sources here said.
an EU demand it freeze sensitive nuclear activities or face referral to the UN Security Council for possible sanctions, a diplomat familiar with the talks said.
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There are no accurate figures on the extent of the problem, but
it is definitely serious, admitted Iraq's interim Health Minister Alaeddin Abdul Sahib Adwan.
Treaty (NPT) and develop its atomic program in secret if Western nations threaten or put pressure on Tehran, a senior Iran diplomat was quoted as saying on Wednesday. Iranian government officials have in the past repeatedly said Tehran had no intention of following North Korea's example of withdrawing from the NPT.
"I do not think that we are heading anytime soon into a confrontation similar to the one in Iraq," Fischer told German news weekly Stern in an issue to be published Thursday.
"Our relations with Iran have not yet returned to normal," Bush said in a letter to the US House of Representatives.
The conference will be held at Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, at the end of November, and Iran has been invited.
Assistant Secretary of State for arms control Stephen Rademaker said the United States is "very sceptical of Iran's good faith in these negotiations."
local news agencies, were confirmed by the Defence Ministry.