Iran president says no need now for US talks

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Monday there was no need for U.S.- Iran talks now that a permanent Iraqi government was in place. Asked whether he believed Iran and the United should still hold talks over

Iraq, he told a news conference: “By God’s will, we think that right now, because of the presence of a permanent government of Iraq, there is no need.” Iran and the United States had previously agreed to discuss how to stabilize Iraq, where a four-month-old deadlock over forming a government of national unity was broken on Saturday. Full Story

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