جمعه ۷ آبان ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۰۸:۱۵ - ۲۸ اکتبر ۲۰۱۶
July 28, 2004 - A French foreign ministry spokesman tells Radio Farda’s Paris correspondents Mir-Ali Hosseini that in Thursday’s talks with Islamic government envoys, representatives from Britain, Germany and France will continue to press the Islamic government to honor its October 2003 commitment to suspend uranium enrichment activities. The spokesman said the Paris talks are a part of the on-going dialogue between Europe’s big three and the Islamic government on Iran’s nuclear program, and do not constitute a new round of negotiations. Head of the foreign policy committee of the European Parliament Elmar Brok tells Radio Farda’s Cologne correspondent Shahram Mirian rejected Islamic government’s claim that the Europe’s big three did help Iran in Iran’s nuclear program as they had promised in October 2003 talks in Tehran. He said our main goal is to prevent the emergence of new atomic powers in the Middle East.