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US and Iran to Have Iraqi Talks


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Jan 28, 2005
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Iran and the US say they are prepared to hold bilateral talks on Iraq.
It would be the first public dialogue since the 1979 hostage crisis, after which the nations broke off ties, correspondents say.

Iranian nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani said Tehran would agree to talks to "resolve Iraqi issues" and help establish an independent government.

The White House said the US would talk about Iraq, but not about Iran's controversial nuclear programme.


Iran is pretty much vital to the stability of Iraq, it has the greated political influence over Iraq than any other nation.
It's nice to see America and Iran to bite the bullet and discuss things rather than aggressive rhetoric.
Hmm just occured to me that America is dealing with one of the "Axis of Evil". America dances to a different tune now than in 2003. :smile:
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