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Thursday, December 27, 2012

Iran's new condition for nuclear talks: Drop sanctions

If this is not a bluff and Iran is serious, I would say that it is unlikely that the P5+1 talks are going to resume anytime soon. Iranian MP Alaeddin Boroujerdi, Chairman of the Iranian Parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, told Iran's FARS news agency on Wednesday that Iran will not resume nuclear talks with any western country that is maintaining sanctions against it.
The Iranian lawmaker said the removal of sanctions against the Islamic Republic is a requirement for resuming talks.
"If such an approach is considered as the basis (of talks) then we will be able to come close to an understanding," he said.
He added that "The G5+1 should use past experiences and act upon them, because they will not obtain result if they don't act pragmatically."
Meanwhile, Iran can talk with Turkey because President Obama's Best Friend Forever's government is going to continue to buy oil from Iran.

What could go wrong?

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