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Turkey rebuffs Iran’s top nuclear negotiator

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Iran Focus: London, Apr. 24 – Turkey has rejected a visit by Iran’s top nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani to Ankara. Iran Focus

London, Apr. 24 – Turkey has rejected a visit by Iran’s top nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani to Ankara.

Iran’s official news agency said in a dispatch that the Turkish Foreign Ministry had described the timing of such a visit as “inappropriate”.

Independent Turkish dailies reported that by refusing to accept Larijani Ankara was reacting to Tehran’s decision to commence uranium enrichment despite repeated requests by the International Atomic Energy Agency to refrain from doing so.

The United Nations Security Council has given Iran until April 28 to suspend all uranium enrichment activities, fearing that Tehran is pursuing a nuclear weapons program.

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