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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is expected to head to the United Nations for the upcoming nuclear talks with the Vienna Group.
Iran's foreign ministry says its chief nuclear negotiator, Saeed Jalili, is also being sent to represent Iran in the talks. The group comprises of the United States, Russia, France and the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Iran favors, the inclusion of Turkey and Brazil in the negotiations. The two countries, have played important roles in issuing the Tehran declaration on May 17th, to endorse, a fuel swap deal.
At the time Iran agreed to exchange its low-enriched uranium, for 20 percent uranium fuel.
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