VIENNA (AP) - Letters by Iranian officials that have been shared with TheAssociated Press indicate that progress is unlikely at new plannedtalks on Tehran's nuclear program.
The two letters reflect Iran's determination to continue thenuclear activities that have led to the imposition of new rounds ofU.N., EU, and U.S. sanctions over fears that Tehran might beseeking to develop nuclear arms.
At the same time, world powers preparing to talk to Tehran areunwilling to cede grounds on key demands concerning Iran's uraniumenrichment activities, dimming prospects that the new negotiationswill ease tensions.
Iran insists it wants to enrich uranium only to make fuel for aplanned reactor network and denies accusations that it will use theprogram to make fissile warhead material.
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