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Studio interview: Trilateral meeting helped Iran's nuclear issue?

07-26-2010 14:00 BJT

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To discuss the trilateral meeting between Turkey, Iran and Brazil, joining us again is Dr. Gao Zhikai. Welcome, Dr. Gao.

Q1. Sunday's meeting is the first between the three foreign ministers after the Tehran Declaration was inked in May. Do you think the meeting has helped in finding a diplomatic solution to Iran's nuclear issue?

Q2. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has set three conditions for an eventual resumption of talks. But the UN's tougher sanctions on Iran last month seem to have ruled that out. How do you see the direction of this issue in the future?

Thanks for your analysis. That's our current affairs commentator Dr. Gao Zhikai.


Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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