20 февраля 2013 17:32

U.S. State Secretary thanks Kazakhstan for agreeing to host Iranian nuclear talks

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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry had a telephone conversation with Kazakhstan Foreign Minister Yerlan Idrissov and expressed gratitude to Kazakhstan for agreeing to host the next round of the international talks on Iranian nuclear program in Almaty, Interfax-Kazakhstan reports citing the press-service of Kazakhstan Foreign Ministry. Kerry stressed that "thanks to the voluntary abandonment of nuclear arms and firm adherence to enhancement of global non-proliferation, Kazakhstan is a perfect location for such talks", the press-service writes. Idrissov said that Kazakhstan was eagerly awaiting the coming meeting of the international negotiators with Iran, and expressed the hope that the parties will find constructive solutions in the best interests of the region and the whole world.


U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry had a telephone conversation with Kazakhstan Foreign Minister Yerlan Idrissov and expressed gratitude to Kazakhstan for agreeing to host the next round of the international talks on Iranian nuclear program in Almaty, Interfax-Kazakhstan reports citing the press-service of Kazakhstan Foreign Ministry. Kerry stressed that "thanks to the voluntary abandonment of nuclear arms and firm adherence to enhancement of global non-proliferation, Kazakhstan is a perfect location for such talks", the press-service writes. Idrissov said that Kazakhstan was eagerly awaiting the coming meeting of the international negotiators with Iran, and expressed the hope that the parties will find constructive solutions in the best interests of the region and the whole world.
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