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Iran agrees to Iraq talks with US

Iran says it has agreed to a US proposal for a new round of talks on improving security in Iraq. The talks would be held in the near future, said Iran’s Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki. Mr Mottaki said Iran had agreed to the talks as part of a policy of helping the Iraqi people. The talks have yet to be confirmed by Washington but if they go ahead they will be the fourth round of discussions between the US and Iran over Iraq. “The Swiss Embassy in Tehran has handed over to Iran a message from the US government for a new round of talks concerning Iraq,” Mr Mottaki told reporters on Monday. Full Story

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