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Asked if, given the impasse on Iran, it was wise to publish the incentive package, the PMOS replied that what was important was that the matter went back to the UN with a clear message, and that the UN then agreed action. That process was well under way. Whilst we were disappointed that we had not seen progress from Iran, there was unity amongst the foreign Ministers when they met yesterday about what the nest stage should be, and that was very important. Iran was making a mistake if it believed that there was a division amongst the international community on this issue, as there was not, as Margaret Beckett had made clear at Cabinet this morning.

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