Iran Nuclear NewsIran's Larijani expected in Brussels Thursday: EU's Solana

Iran’s Larijani expected in Brussels Thursday: EU’s Solana

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AFP: Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani, who had been expected in Brussels Wednesday, will meet here with EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana on Thursday, the EU’s top diplomat said. BRUSSELS, July 5, 2006 (AFP) – Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani, who had been expected in Brussels Wednesday, will meet here with EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana on Thursday, the EU’s top diplomat said.

“I have just spoken to Dr. Larijani on the phone and we agreed that we will meet tomorrow (Thursday) in Brussels and that we will continue our discussions on Tuesday, 11 of July,” Solana said in a statement.

Earlier Larijani postponed until next week his trip to Brussels to discuss whether Iran is ready to accept a package of economic and political incentives in exchange for suspending uranium enrichment.

“I was surprised to hear that Dr. Ali Larijani, Secretary General of the Iranian National Security Council, has decided at the last minute to postpone his trip to Brussels, as previously agreed with him to take place today,” Solana said.

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