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Topic - Nimal Siripala De Silva
Iran and six world powers have agreed to meet on April 13 for new talks about Tehran's nuclear program, but the failure of previous meetings and disputes over what should be discussed are keeping them from choosing a venue, diplomats told the Associated Press on Monday.
Irrigation Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva said, "The government will have to carefully consider the content of the report and take a decision as to which part of the report has to be implemented."
In certain areas, the report "has gone beyond the mandate" of the commission, he said at a news conference with six government ministers.