Iran Nuclear NewsWorld powers to discuss Iran in London Wednesday

World powers to discuss Iran in London Wednesday

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Reuters: Senior officials of six world powers will meet in London on Wednesday to review Iran’s nuclear plans following renewed talks between the European Union and Tehran, Britain said on Monday. LONDON (Reuters) – Senior officials of six world powers will meet in London on Wednesday to review Iran’s nuclear plans following renewed talks between the European Union and Tehran, Britain said on Monday.

A Foreign Office spokesman said political directors in the foreign ministries of the United States, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany would have an evening meeting along with EU officials.

“This is part of a pattern of discussions on how we move forwards,” he said.

EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana urged the United States on Friday to speak directly to Iran to ease an international standoff over its nuclear program, and said Tehran was ready for such talks.

Iran says it is developing nuclear technology for power generation, but the West suspects it may be trying to build a bomb. U.N. sanctions have already been imposed on Tehran over its refusal to stop enriching uranium for nuclear fuel.

EU diplomats said the London meeting would address Solana’s talks last week with Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani, which both described as positive, and whether a third, tougher sanctions resolution on Iran might be needed.

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