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UPDATED: 14:48, October 21, 2004
Iran says talks can resolve standoff
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Iranian President Mohammad Khatami says

diplomacy is the only way to resolve Iran's nuclear standoff with the West, CCTV

reported Thursday.

Khatami says Iran is ready to prove to the world it is not pursuing nuclear

weapons, and asks the West to recognize his nation's right to the development of

peaceful nuclear technology.

His remarks come a day ahead of discussions between Iranian officials, and

senior diplomats from Britain, Germany and France, over the nuclear issue. The

diplomats are expected to threaten Tehran with UN sanctions, if it does not halt

its uranium enrichment plans. Khatami says his country is open to talks, but

will never give up its uranium enrichment.

Source: cctv.com


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