Iran's 'show of good faith' at nuclear talks

May 2012
Evening Standard;5/23/2012, p24
THE UN Security Council was today trying to persuade Iran to scale back its nuclear programme. The talks were being held in Baghdad, at Iran's request. An Iranian adviser said Tehran's tentative agreement to let UN inspectors into a suspected nuclear testing site was a show of good faith.


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