AMSTERDAM - The White House refutes reports of a nuclear talks with Iran after the elections would take place. The American newspaper New York Times reported Saturday that the United States and Iran, one-on-one meetings were going to perform. According to the White House that is not true. Against the U.S. news channel NBC reported a high government official that there were talks about a possible agreement have been, but that no agreement has been made. Elections
The Iranian government would, according to the newspaper stand at the talks until after the elections take place so that it is clear who is negotiated, says a U.S. official in the newspaper. The agreement with Iran would be the result of many years of secret talks that started in 2009 after Barack Obama
became president of the United States. Tensions
Tensions between Iran and the United States is already a long time. End of July there were reports circulating that America would have plans for a military attack on Iran, which America suspect is engaged in building nuclear weapons. Also put the United States and several European Union sanctions on the weapons programs of the country to interfere. The Republican candidate Mitt Romney
has previously expressed its support during the election campaign in a preventive Israeli military attack on Iran's nuclear program.