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Tags: ahmadinejad nuclear talks

Ahmadinejad: Nuclear Talks With US Could Resume

Wednesday, 22 September 2010 12:08 PM


Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Tuesday that he saw a "good chance" that talks could soon resume with the United States and its allies over Iran's disputed nuclear program because "there is no other alternative," the Los Angeles Times reports.

Ahmadinejad, visiting New York to take part in United Nations General Assembly meetings, denied that Iran had been hurt by economic sanctions imposed in the last three months to pressure Tehran to dramatically alter its nuclear program. He also dismissed talk of a possible attack to destroy Iran's nuclear installations as no more than "psychological warfare."

New talks over Iran's nuclear policies are "bound to happen," he told a group of reporters at a breakfast, because "what is left is talks.... There's no other way."

Read the entire story at latimes.com

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