Saturday, April 7, 2012

Kazakhstan Offers to Host Nuclear Talks

Kazakhstan today offered to host the upcoming nuclear talks between Iran and the six major powers, Press TV reported. The talks are to be held on 13-14 April.

On Wednesday, Iran indicated that Istanbul as the venue for the talks was no longer acceptable but was willing to attend the talks in another location. Iran suggested Baghdad or China as alternatives. It was not immediately clear if the Kazakhs made their offer as a result of a request from Iran or other participants in the talks.


Anonymous said...

What a ridiculous and sad game they are playing; Turkey is for Iran far more important than Assad; but what do they care ....

Anonymous said...

Oh I wouldn't say that anon 1.44PM

It was a brilliant move, wait and see !