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BRUSSELS. Aug 5 (Interfax) - Brussels is expecting a response from the Iranian administration following yesterday's telephone conversation between EU Supreme Commissioner on Foreign Policy and Security Xavier Solana and Iranian Supreme National Security Council Secretary Saeed Jalili.
By George Jahn Associated Press GENEVA -- A U.S. decision to bend policy and sit down with Iran at nuclear talks fizzled Saturday, with Iran stonewalling Washington and five other world powers on their call to freeze uranium enrichment.
GENEVA, Switzerland _ World powers Saturday gave Iran two weeks to agree to freeze its uranium enrichment program at its current size as a first step toward full-scale negotiations on its nuclear program, or face further U.N. sanctions and isolation.
Text of commentary by Mehdi Mohammadi under the headline: "In preparation for justification" published by Iranian newspaper Keyhan website on 17 July "Making efforts to make up for a political debacle through the vehicle of media noise and hype" is the best description that one can give to the behaviour of the Americans vis--vis the Iranian nuclear programmes in the last two weeks or so.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Friday she hopes prospects of better relations with the United States will convince Iran to drop its nuclear ambitions. Undersecretary of State William Burns is to meet Saturday in Geneva with Iran's chief nuclear negotiator.
Text of report by Iranian conservative news agency Mehr Tehran, 4 July: An informed soured close to nuclear negotiations has announced that Iran's response to the letter of 5+1 foreign ministers, which has been signed by Foreign Minister Manuchehr Mottaki, was delivered to Solana by Iran's ambassador to Brussels.
Text of analysis by Parviz Esma'ili on "Note" column headlined: "An analysis of the new 5+1 Group's package" published by Iranian newspaper Javan on 16 June "The recent visit by Javier Solana, the European Union's high representative for foreign affairs, to Tehran and submitting the proposed package by the group of 5+1 may be analyzed from different angles.
The following editorial appeared in the Dallas Morning News on Monday, June 16: ___ There's probably no one in the Western world who thinks Iran will suddenly slam into reverse its program of enriching uranium, which the International Atomic Energy Agency recently accused it of developing.
At 1815gmt, Iranian TV's network two started to broadcast its nightly studio roundtable. A recording of a Press TV roundtable discussion with EU Foreign Policy Chief Javier Solana was broadcast. The conversation was in English with Farsi voice-over.
Excerpt from report by state-run Iranian radio on 14 June [Female presenter] Iran's foreign minister [Manuchehr Mottaki] has received the proposed package by 5+1 group through Javier Solana, the EU foreign affairs' chief.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.