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Middle East nuclear talks thrown into doubt

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Middle East nuclear talks thrown into doubt

Reuters - May 8, 2012
Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran. A young boy stands behind a flag as he and his mother, supporters of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, wait for his arrival at Tehran's Mehrabad International Airport May 5, 2010, after his trip to attend the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference at United Nations Headquarters in New York./ (Reuters) - Talks on ridding the Middle East of nuclear weapons looked in doubt on Tuesday as the ...

 

Middle East nuclear talks thrown into doubt

Yahoo! News - May 8, 2012
looked in doubt on Tuesday as the Western official organizing them said he had yet to secure the needed attendance of all countries in the region. was a sign of the difficulties involved in getting and other Middle East nations to sit around a table this year to discuss the divisive issue. Laajava, whose appointment was announced by the United Nations last October, did not say which countries were still leaving their attendance unclear, but both Iran and Israel are believed to be among them. used the Vienna meeting on the nuclear ...

 

Mideast nuclear conference in jeopardy

Yahoo! News - May 8, 2012
VIENNA (AP) — Hopes dimmed Monday for staging major nuclear talks later this year between and Arab countries at a 189-nation conference accused Israel of being the greatest threat to peace in the region and Egypt warned that Arab states might rethink their opposition to atomic arms. Because Israel has not signed the nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, it was not present at Tuesday's gathering of treaty members. But the United States defended its ally, warning that singling out Israel for criticism diminished the prospect of a planned meeting ...

 

Divisions complicate plans for MidEast nuclear meet

Yahoo! News - May 8, 2012
The Western official tasked with preparing for a conference this year on ridding said on Tuesday he had yet to secure the needed participation of all the region's states, leaving it unclear when the event will be held. was a sign of the difficulties and sensitivities involved in getting and other Middle East nations to agree to sit around the same table to discuss the divisive issue. Laajava, whose appointment was announced by the United Nations last October, did not say which countries were still leaving their possible attendance unclear, ...

 

Unless Iran and Israel sit and talk with each other, Middle East nuclear talks ...

National Post - May 8, 2012
The facilitator for the Middle East Weapons of Mass Destruction Free Zone Conference Jaako Laajava from Finland speaks at the Preparatory Committee for the 2015 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference in Vienna, Austria, on Tuesday, May 8, 2012/ VIENNA — Talks on ridding the Middle East of nuclear weapons looked in doubt on Tuesday as the Western official organising them said he had yet to secure the needed attendance of all countries in the region. The statement by Finnish diplomat Jaakko Laajava at a meeting in Vienna was a ...

 



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