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Asked for an outline on the kind of language people could expect concerning Iran, the PMS replied that there would be discussion of that today. The key thing to look out for was how things would be taken forward in the UN. We were expecting further discussions in the UN and the Government was pushing for a third resolution and further measures.

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  1. “outline on the kind of language”. I don’t understand what the person asking means. Does he mean if they have good or bad language towards Iran?

    Comment by Giorgos — 10 Jan 2008 on 11:32 am | Link
  2. Actually I’m more interested if it is allowed for the public to read about what was beeing said in that discussion, or a summary..but not a too short summary!

    Comment by Giorgos — 10 Jan 2008 on 11:34 am | Link

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