accomplished by “all those who have good intentions, and don’t want to know anything” (Gerhard Scheit):
DEBKAfile‘s Iranian sources stress that Ahmadinejad was telling the six powers that Tehran was not against negotiations but only on its own terms, which would be dictated when its government was good and ready. He thus placed in its real context the formal consent to negotiations which Iran’s nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili delivered to European Union external affairs executive Javier Solana Tuesday.
… to Javier Solana, who is probably the best possible first “Western” partner of the murderous Mullah regime, if it is true that General Wesley Clark once asked Solana the secret of his diplomatic success,” and that Solana “answered: ‘Make no enemies, and never ask a question to which you do not know or like the answer.'” (Wikipedia)