Friday, April 13, 2012

Iran Nuclear Chief Negotiator in Istanbul for Talks with P5+1

Iran's chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili arrived in Istanbul today for talks with the world powers aimed at easing tensions over the country’s nuclear program. Jalili heads the Iranian delegation at the talks that starts on 14 April.


Anonymous said...

Nothing will become of these "Talks"and Jalili will go back to his masters to plot another round of "Talks"followed by more "Talks".
What matters to Iranians is human rights not the nuclear issue as the regime would like us to believe.
But unfortunately for the regime (and its supporters) its self life is slowly coming to an end despite all its shenanigans.

Anonymous said...

A big disappointment awaits us all in this negotiations.

They are going to ask for things they know wont be given.

There wont be a war for sure, because non of the Arabs can afford it and after 2 weeks their people shall start to revolt... still a disappointment the west resists surrender.

Another year or two I suppose.

Dariush London

Anonymous said...

It has never been the Iranian nuclear issue. The US shall shift the goal posts constantly, today is this tomaorrow that.
They demand Irans surrender and non independence.

Its about controlling Irans resources(not by occupation) but by politics.

The authorities of Iran are probably the only independet Govt. in that region.

Anonymous said...

The authorities in Iran are not in anyway independent.They are in fact very much dependent on China and Russia for their so-called independence.Iran needs to sell its oil to China very cheaply for them to be of any use to the Chinese to veto the west because of the Iranian nuclear program.Hell the Chinese are about to take over the Iranian oil industry.