Iran’s supreme leader rejects nuclear talks with the US, saying not beneficial
Tue Jun 27 2006 09:25:10 ET
Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has rejected the prospect of talks with the United States on the nuclear program, saying nothing would be gained, state television reported Tuesday.
“Negotiations with the United States would have no benefit for us, and we do not need them,” the television quoted Khamenei as telling Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade.
“Iran has a little problem making up it’s mind,” “Okay, a big problem. In 2005 they demanded direct talks. Now they claim to oppose it. Sometimes they are for talks and reform, and sometimes they’re against it. For nuking Israel, then maybe not. Iran voted for inspections many times, but now says they’re against more inspections.” Iran – blowing in the nuclear wind.
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