Turkey, US talks on Iran's nuclear study continue: Poneman
US Deputy Secretary of Energy, Poneman, said that if the negotiations with Iran on its nuclear program failed, the issue would come to UN again.
United States Deputy Secretary of Energy, Daniel Poneman, said Friday that if the negotiations with Iran on its nuclear program failed, the issue would come to the United Nations again.
Speaking to reporters in Ankara, Poneman said that there were deep and strategic relations between Turkey and the U.S.
Asked about how Turkey and the U.S. can cooperate in regard to the Iranian issue, Poneman said that both Turkey and U.S. were presently in cooperation.
Turkey was still a member of the UN Security Council. If negotiations with Iran did fail, the issue of Iran would come to the U.N. again. Talks with Turkey on Iran's nuclear program continued and the cooperation between Turkey and the U.S. would go on, Poneman said.
Asked if the protocols to be signed by Turkey and Armenia on Saturday may have an impact on the energy policies of Azerbaijan, Poneman said that the U.S. strongly supported the normalization of relations between Turkey and Armenia.
We made special efforts to solve the Upper Karabakh problem, Poneman also said.
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