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Iran insists nuclear negotiations must be with UN

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — The Iranian foreign minister, Ali Akbar Salehi, reiterated Iran’s stance on Sunday that the country will hold no direct nuclear talks with Washington and all dialogue must be through the permanent members of the Security Council.

Salehi predicted the next round could be as soon as late November. Some analysts believe Iran is unlikely to make any additional overtures until after the US election.

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