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BBC diplomatic correspondent Jonathan Marcus says Mr Solana was looking for signs that the Iranians were prepared to suspend uranium enrichment work as demanded by the UN Security Council, but his comments after the talks suggest there has been no progress on the issue. But he said it was unacceptable to pressure Iran into abandoning uranium enrichment, as it was allowed to do so under the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

"It is unacceptable that Iran should be deprived of its rights when it has fulfilled its duties," he said, quoted by AFP news agency.

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BBC diplomatic correspondent Jonathan Marcus says Mr Solana was looking for signs that the Iranians were prepared to suspend uranium enrichment work as demanded by the UN Security Council, but his comments after the talks suggest there has been no progress on the issue.

"It is unacceptable that Iran should be deprived of its rights when it has fulfilled its duties," he said, quoted by AFP news agency.

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BBC diplomatic correspondent Jonathan Marcus says Mr Solana was looking for signs that the Iranians were prepared to suspend uranium enrichment work as demanded by the UN Security Council, but his comments after the talks suggest there has been no progress on the issue.

"It is unacceptable that Iran should be deprived of its rights when it has fulfilled its duties," he said, quoted by AFP news agency.

Episode Title Goes Here

BBC diplomatic correspondent Jonathan Marcus says Mr Solana was looking for signs that the Iranians were prepared to suspend uranium enrichment work as demanded by the UN Security Council, but his comments after the talks suggest there has been no progress on the issue.

"It is unacceptable that Iran should be deprived of its rights when it has fulfilled its duties," he said, quoted by AFP news agency.