Ashton and Davutoglu discuss nuclear talks for Iran

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Euro­pe­an Union For­eign Pol­i­cy Chief, Cath­er­ine Ash­ton (L) and Turk­ish For­eign Min­is­ter Ahmet Davut­o­glu met in Istan­bul, Tur­key, 13 Jan­ur­ay 2011.

Euro­pe­an Union For­eign Pol­i­cy Chief, Cath­er­ine Ash­ton (L) and Turk­ish For­eign Min­is­ter Ahmet Davut­o­glu met in Istan­bul, Tur­key, 13 Jan­ur­ay 2011. Ash­ton and Davut­o­glu meet as part of prep­a­ra­tions for nucle­ar talks for Iran. The five per­ma­nent mem­bers of the U.N. Secu­ri­ty Coun­cil - Bri­tain, Chi­na, France, Rus­sia and the Unit­ed States - plus Ger­ma­ny will meet Ira­ni­an offi­cials in Istan­bul lat­er this month.

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