White House: Talks with Iran certainly possible

U.S. President Barack H. Obama could conceivably conduct talks with Iran, the White House said, although none were scheduled
By David Lev
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.S. President Barack H. Obama could conceivably conduct talks with Iran, the White House said Tuesday night. No such talks have been scheduled and none are currently on the agenda, despite incessant rumors, said White House spokesperson Jay Carney. But commenting on a statement by Obama that the

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U.S. is and has been “have been open to pursuing negotiations if and when the Iranians are serious about having negotiations,” Carney said that the U.S. is “open” to such talks.

“We have been open to considering negotiations that are bilateral,” Carney told reporters. “But we have none scheduled and we have no agreements with the Iranians to do that.” There are no talks going on right now, secret or otherwise, and none are scheduled, Carney stressed.

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