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Kazakhstan welcomes intention to continue talks on Iran's nuclear program

09 april 2013, 08:53
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Kazakhstan welcomes the intention of the parties to continue the talks on Iran's nuclear program, KazTAG reports citing the press-service of Kazakhstan Foreign Ministry.

"Kazakhstan welcomes the intention of the parties to continue the talks on the Iranian nuclear program and expresses hope that the parties come to mutually acceptable solutions," the message states.

The Ministry notes that Kazakhstan remains a consistent supporter of nuclear non-proliferation. "Our country is ready to further render its maximum support to settling the situation around the Iranian nuclear program by diplomatic means for stability and security in the region and the world," the press-service writes.

The latest round of talks on Iranian nuclear program was held in Almaty on April 5-6 between representatives of E3+3 group (Great Britain, Germany, China, Russia, the U.S., France) and Iran. On February 26-27 the talks in Almaty involved 5 permanent UN member-countries (Russia, China, the U.S., France, Great Britain and representatives of Iran, Germany and EU countries). Kazakhstan, being a moderator, did not take part in the talks.

Iran denies it is developing an atomic bomb and argues that it needs its nuclear program for peaceful medical and energy needs.

Iran has reportedly been offered the right to deal in some precious metals and perform small financial transactions now prohibited by international sanctions. Tehran says it is being asked too much for too little in return.

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