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Iran announced conditions to resume talks with world powers over its controversial nuclear programme. But the country says it has no plans to halt its "peaceful" nuclear activities.
In a letter forwarded to the European Union foreign policy chief, Iran's chief negotiator, Saeed Jalili announced Iran can resume nuclear talks on September the 1st, if certain conditions are met.
In the meantime, Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman says the probable forthcoming talks will be based on the Tehran Declaration, which is a tri-party agreement between Iran, Turkey and Brazil.
It was signed in May endorsing a fuel swap, in which Iran will ship most of its low-enriched uranium to Turkey, in exchange for 20 percent uranium fuel needed for its reactor.