Kazakhstan to be platform to mull Iran’s nuclear program in 2017
Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 28
Kazakhstan will provide a platform for discussions on Iran’s nuclear program in 2017, Kazakh Foreign Minister Erlan Idrissov said, RIA Novosti reported Nov. 28.
“The next September, we will provide a platform for the two-round negotiations on the nuclear program that will be a platform to reach peace and agreement between the six countries [P5+1] and Iran,” noted Idrissov addressing a conference dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Kazakhstan’s independence.
He added that Kazakhstan, which refused to get the nuclear arsenal remaining from the Soviet Union, has consistently carried out work aimed at ensuring nuclear security in the region and around the world.