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France urges Iran to resume nuclear negotiations
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14:50, February 23, 2008

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France's "preference" is "to move to dialog and negotiations to resolve the Iranian nuclear problem," French foreign ministry said in a statement on Saturday.

"It is indispensable that Iran complies with all the demands of the international community, which are made by the Board of Governors of IAEA and the UN Security Council, and re-establishes confidence that its nuclear program is exclusively peaceful in nature," the statement said.

France also urged Iran to suspend its enrichment activities as demanded by the IAEA's Board of Governors and UN Security Council.

"Our preference is to move to dialog and negotiations to resolve the nuclear problem. We call once again on Iran to comply with its international obligations and finally allow, by suspending its sensitive activities, the opening of negotiations that we have called for," said the statement.

France, Germany, Britain, the United State, China and Russia will hold talks on Iran nuclear issue in Washington next Monday.

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