دوشنبه ۲۹ آبان ۱۳۹۶ تهران ۲۲:۵۱
NUCLEAR: Europe’s Big-3 Hold Closed-Door Talks in Paris with Islamic Government Envoys
July 30, 2004 - Iran will resume construction of centrifuges, Islamic government envoys told representatives of Britain, France and Germany in closed-door talks in Paris, according to an AP dispatch. French foreign ministry spokesman said Europe’s big three expressed their concern over Iran’s decision to do away with its commitments, but did not give any further details about the talks, which a British foreign office spokesman said were on-going. It was premature to claim that the big-three’s deal in Tehran in which Iran agreed to suspend uranium enrichment was a breakthrough and a turning point in Iran’s nuclear crisis, London daily the Guardian writes. In Paris talks, the Islamic government envoys have asked for an early end to the UN International Atomic Energy Agency’s inspections, London daily the Financial Times writes.