Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said that his country has not yet decided about the future of talks with the Untied States over Iraq. Addressing a congregation of the people in the northern town of Kordkouy in Mazandaran province on Friday, Mottaki said Tehran and Washington are still pondering about the future of talks about Iraq.
“As we have announced in our previous talks, if Americans seek a reduction of insecurities in Iraq, they should revise their wrong policies,” he added.
Meantime, Mottaki said that Iran-US talks about Iraq’s security and establishment of stability and calm in that country would continue.
He further noted the abduction of the five Iranian diplomats during a raid by the US troops on Iran’s consulate general in the northern Iraqi city of Erbil last January, and said, “This is also one of the big and pivotal mistakes of the US in Iraq and the US should immediately embark on releasing them.”