» Monday, November 8, 2004


Asked about the developments with regards to nuclear programmes inIran, the PMOS told journalists that there had been a tentative agreement amongst the political directors. That had to be reported back to their respective Governments, and then decisions taken. It was not simply in our hands or the American’s hands, but in the hands of others, including the Iranians.

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  1. TRANSLATION: "Yes, the PM’s close ally, George Bush, is likely to raise the subject of Iran when they later in the month, and no, the PM can’t absolutely promise that he won’t agree in principle to air strikes within the next two years."

    Comment by Robin — 9 Nov 2004 on 12:42 pm | Link

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