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Ahmadinejad Says Talks Will Progress After U.S. Election...

Ahmadinejad Says Talks Will Progress After U.S. Election...

By Susan Decker – 2012-09-29T16:09:33Z Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said talks over his country’s development of enriched uranium will be more productive after the U.S. election and expressed optimism the two sides will “be able to take some steps forward.” “We have seen during many years that as we approach the United States presidential election, no important decisions are made,” Ahmadinejad said on CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS,” according to a transcript. “Following the election, certainly the atmosphere will be much more stable, and important decisions can be made and announced.” Ahmadinejad, who is completing his second and last term as president, said meetings over Iran’s nuclear program with the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council , plus Germany, will result in “a very important decision” following the U.S. November election. Iran con...

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