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Iran set to share nuclear info in Muslim world
Updated: 2005-09-16 07:51

Since then, Iran has resumed activities related to uranium enrichment after rejecting a European package of proposals that had called on Iran to permanently stop its uranium enrichment program in return for a supply of nuclear fuel and economic incentives.

Straw pointed out that the meetings Thursday were the first with the Iranian side since the election of Ahmedinejad in June.

Asked whether the European were losing ground in the negotiations, Straw replied: "What we're doing is talking and that is always better than not talking. There is a new government. They wish to explain their position."

France's foreign minister called the discussions a significant moment.

"We had a very frank discussion, which allows me to explain what I've been saying from the very beginning so as to avoid a crisis and to be able to speak in full confidence," Philippe Douste-Blazy said.

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