Iran nuclear talks begin with rare mood of optimism

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The first talks between Iran and the world’s leading powers for over a year have opened on a rare note of optimism, with a diplomat hailing the ‘completely different’ atmosphere of the first session. Saeed Jalili, secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council, has so far made no specific suggestions for how to resolve the confrontation Photo: AFP tag –> By David Blair, Istanbul 2:31PM BST 14 Apr 2012 Comments The negotiations began on Saturday in Istanbul with Iran’s representatives meeting the five permanent members of the Security Council – America, Britain, France, Russia and China – along with Germany. The last time that Iran met this contact group, which styles…

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