Berlin committed to settlement of Iranian nuclear row

September 18, 2007 - 0:0

BERLIN (IRNA) -- Germany remains committed to a negotiated settlement of the Iranian nuclear dispute, chief government spokesman Ulrich Wilhlem told journalists here Monday.

""We are adhering to efforts for a negotiated diplomatic solution,"" the official said.
""All other options are not presently at disposition,"" Wilhelm added.
The Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Iran announced last month that all remaining issues on the Iranian nuclear program had been outlined and were to be resolved during a specified timetable.
Tehran has made clear that returning Iran's nuclear dossier from the UN Security Council to the IAEA was the only appropriate way for the peaceful resolution of the nuclear conflict