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Six countries meet in London over Iran
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10:38, November 03, 2007

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Representatives from Britain, France, the United States, Russia, China and Germany met in London on Friday over Iran nuclear dispute.

According to a statement issued by British Foreign Office, the representatives of the six countries reiterated "their commitment to negotiate a long term solution to the Iranian nuclear issue," and "urged Iran to take up their offer of negotiation made by theE3 plus three in June 2006 and repeated since then."

Recalling the statement issued by foreign ministers and the EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana on 28 September, they looked forward to the forthcoming report from the director general of the IAEA ahead of the next meeting of the IAEA Board of Governors, said the statement.

"They asked the EU high representative to seek a further meeting with Iran's chief nuclear negotiator and to report back toE3 plus 3 ministers," said the statement, adding the representatives agreed to meet on 19 November to assess those reports.

Recalling the ministerial statement of 28 September, the representatives agreed to finalize a text for a third UN Security Council Sanctions Resolution with the intention of bringing it toa vote in the UN Security Council unless the November reports of Solana and Director General of IAEA Mohamed ElBaradei show a positive outcome of the efforts.


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