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Low-level talks

Peter van Dyk | 13:57 UK time, Thursday, 1 June 2006

Condoleezza Rice says the US is willing to talk to Iran - if Iran "fully and verifiably suspends its enrichment and reprocessing activities". Well, those high-level talks might take a while to get going - if indeed they ever do - but we thought we'd grab the bull by the horns and hold our own talks today.

So, if you're American or Iranian, or just fancy yourself as a bit of an international diplomat, get in touch and we'll see if we can get you in our bilateral talks.

It may not be Bush speaking to Ahmadinejad, but at least it's happening. Tune in later to find out if we can reach an agreement. Or will America and Iran be unable to find common ground even on World HAve Your Say?

You can also join the online debate about the US proposal, or leave your comment right here using the comment form below.


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