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Lebanon hopes debt talks could be wrapped up in nine months
Negotiations to restructure Lebanon's foreign currency debt should not last more than nine months if well-intentioned, the economy minister told a local broadcaster, as the country headed for its first sovereign default.
Iran always supported talks to end Yemen war
Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Mohsen Baharvand said on Wednesday that Islamic Republic of Iran has always backed dialogues to end Yemen war.
UN envoy hopes for Libya talks to stem foreign arms inflow
The UN's special representative for Libya expressed hope for cease-fire talks between Libyan warring sides to hammer out a deal that can convince foreign powers to stop pouring in weapons and breaking an international arms embargo.
Zarif rebuffs Trump's call for direct talks as 'wishful thinking'
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif slammed US President Donald Trump’s call for direct talks with Iran as “wishful thinking,” insisting that the only venue for talks with Tehran would be “at the P5+1 table."
Zarif to Trump: Base US policy on facts not Fox News headlines
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif has called on US President Donald Trump to base his foreign policy approach on "facts" rather than the headlines featured in pro-Republican Fox News TV channel.
Zarif: Iran sets no preconditions for talks with neighbors
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Friday Iran sets no preconditions for talks with its neighbors as he hit back at Saudi Arabia that had urged the Islamic Republic to change its behavior and act “normally” before any dialogue.
North Korea may seek 'new path' after US fails to meet talks deadline
North Korea said on Tuesday the United States had ignored a deadline for nuclear talks and it no longer felt bound by its commitments, which included a halt to nuclear testing and intercontinental ballistic missile tests, and may seek "a new path."
Iran says opposes US-Taliban talks
Iran's top security official said Wednesday the Islamic Republic opposed US negotiations with the Taliban, as the talks excluded Afghan people and government.
Lebanon talks on new PM delayed again after violent weekend
The Lebanese president on Monday postponed talks on naming a new prime minister after security forces used tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannons against hundreds of protesters over the weekend.

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