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Iranian diplomat hears concerns

THE CHAIRMAN of the Slovak parliamentary Com-mittee for Human Rights, László Nagy, voiced con-cerns over Iran's nuclear programme and human rights violations to the first secretary of the Iranian Embassy in Slovakia, Mohammad Reza Ostovari.

Ostovari confirmed that Teheran will not give up its nuclear programme, the SITA news wire wrote.

Nagy hopes that diplomacy will resolve the problem. Guns should remain silent while negotiations are continuing, he said.

Ostovari gave assu-rances that Iran will resume a dialogue with the European Union on human rights by the end of this month.

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