Iran Requests New Location for Meeting on Nuclear Talks, Suggests China or Iraq
Bloomberg – Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi suggested China and Iraq as potential venues for nuclear talks between his country and world powers this month.
“There were talks of holding the negotiations in Baghdad or in China and this matter has a course and needs to be agreed by all the parties,” Salehi said today in Tehran, according to the state-run Mehr news agency. “Istanbul was our initial proposal. The Europeans first rejected it and then agreed. Parallel to this, we had other countries in mind.”