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شنبه ۲۰ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۱۴:۲۹ - ۱۰ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

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The foreign ministers of Britain, France and Germany will have crisis talks with Iran on May 24 in Brussels to discuss Tehran's controversial nuclear program. Earlier today, at talks in Germany, Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom called for action to stop Iran's nuclear programme, saying Tehran's alleged efforts to acquire nuclear arms are a danger to the entire world. He said: "Sadly, Iran has proved time and again that it is intent on acquiring nuclear weapons despite the best efforts of (German) Foreign Minister Fischer and his European colleagues to dissuade them. The time has come to bring this issue to the Security Council before this global danger becomes a reality." After a meeting with German foreign minister Joschka Fischer in the western city of Duesseldorf, Shalom said the U.N. Security Council has to take up the issue. Iran's nuclear chief negotiator Hassan Rohani said today in an interview with Reuters that Iran will not back down on resuming nuclear activities opposed by the West but may wait for a few weeks if talks with European powers go well. The EU is trying to win guarantees from Iran that it will not use its nuclear fuel program to develop atomic weapons. Earlier today, at talks in Germany, Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom called for action to stop Iran's nuclear programme, saying Tehran's alleged efforts to acquire nuclear arms are a danger to the entire world. He said: "Sadly, Iran has proved time and again that it is intent on acquiring nuclear weapons despite the best efforts of (German) Foreign Minister Fischer and his European colleagues to dissuade them. The time has come to bring this issue to the Security Council before this global danger becomes a reality." After a meeting with German foreign minister Joschka Fischer in the western city of Duesseldorf, Shalom said the U.N. Security Council has to take up the issue. Iran's nuclear chief negotiator Hassan Rohani said today in an interview with Reuters that Iran will not back down on resuming nuclear activities opposed by the West but may wait for a few weeks if talks with European powers go well. The EU is trying to win guarantees from Iran that it will not use its nuclear fuel program to develop atomic weapons. Iran denies trying to make nuclear arms and says it has little hope of reaching an agreement with the Europeans.
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