Indonesia on US-Iran spat

Indonesian foreign minister says dialogue should continue with Iran over nuclear programme.

    The foreign minister of Indonesia, which belongs to the non-aligned movement, also attended the opening session of the UN conference reviewing the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

    Marty Natalegawa told Al Jazeera that what is needed now is "more communication and dialogue".

    And while stressing that the Obama administration has been "going all out" to have communication with Iran, he questioned whether the US and other Western powers could have handled their interaction with Iran at the meeting "in a better way" (04 May 2010).

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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