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U.N. Security Council Nations to Meet
Cat : John F. Kennedy
Date : 2006-01-25 19:02:29                      Reader : 744

Iran did not threaten any country /Israel polls for attacking Iran.

So who should be charged? who should U.N. take sanctions against Iran or Israel?!

El-Baaradei must talk the truth: who is more dangerous to the world? Who threatens peace and security of the world?Iran or Israel.

Again we remind Security Council that WMD dismantle from the globe is the best way to save the world. JFK presented an initiative to UN in 1961. Please read it, as it is the best initiative till now.


Associated Press 25/1/2006
U.N. Security Council Nations to Meet
 
By BETH GARDINER
 
 
NICOSIA, Cyprus -- Ministers from U.N. Security Council member countries will meet in London next week to discuss the next steps in the crisis over Iran's nuclear program, officials said Wednesday.
 
A British Foreign Office official, speaking on condition of anonymity in keeping with government policy, said foreign ministers from the five permanent Security Council members -- Britain, France, Russia, China and the United States -- plus Germany would meet on the sidelines of a donors' conference on Afghanistan.
 
 State Department spokesman Sean McCormack also said Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was expected to use the Afghan meeting to hold discussions with key nations on Iran's nuclear program.
 
The Jan. 31-Feb. 1 meeting comes ahead of a Feb. 2-3 emergency meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
 
European countries believe they have enough votes to haul Iran before the Security Council for restarting its contentious nuclear program, but they are seeking support from Russia, China and key developing nations.
 
The West fears Iran wants to develop a nuclear bomb, but Tehran says its intentions are peaceful and that it is only seeking to develop the capacity for civilian nuclear energy.

 
 
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