A 2005 nuclear deal?

Iran hassan rouhani nuclear talks 2005 deal chirac  In his first speech since the election, Iran‘s President-elect Hassan Rouhani said his country would be “happy to build trust and repair relations with the United States,” if only the United States would stop meddling in Iran’s domestic affairs, including its nuclear plans. The template Rouhani put forward Monday as a possible framework for future talks was a deal that he had discussed with then French President Jacques Chirac in 2005.

More on this: Courtesy: http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/regions/middle-east/iran/130617/iran-2005-nuclear-deal-us-rejected-hassan-rouhani



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