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French FM confirms Iran-EU meeting soon
Updated: 2005-05-15 20:03

French Foreign Minister Michel Barnier confirmed that a meeting between the Iranian authorities and the foreign ministers of Britain, France and Germany on Tehran's nuclear program would take place in the coming days.

"We have scheduled a meeting of the three Europeans with Iranian authorities in the coming days," Barnier told AFP, with specifying the venue of the talks.

His comments came shortly after Iran said it was postponing its threatened resumption of sensitive nuclear activities, a move that would have violated a deal with the three major European powers.

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