I highly suspect that this meeting will determine the fate between Iran and the P5+1 nations of the UN Security Council in which also will effect the rest of the nations in this world. If ever WW3 is to be appropriately named at the time it actually begins, this Oct 1, 2009 meeting in Geneva will be the physical cornerstone that officially generates the initial planning of such.

The only questions left in most people's minds after Oct 1 will be this: Will Iran comply with the majority ruling compiled by the P5+1 that hands their facilities completely over to the IAEA inspectors or will this turn into the same stone path taken with Iraq even if Iran complies?

By the way there should be +2 in this P5 equation. The other 1 who has and is leaning the hardest against Iran. I shall now leave you members here with that heavy thought.

Group Hopes Meeting with Iran Will Clarify Nuclear Intentions

By Stephen Kaufman
Staff Writer

Washington — The six nations engaged with Iran over its nuclear program expressed their shared concerns about Iranian nuclear activities as well as their expectation that Iran will be prepared to have “serious and substantive discussions” when all the parties meet in Geneva October 1.


The October 1 meeting between representatives of Iran and the P5+1 provides an opportunity for “a comprehensive, long-term and appropriate solution,” the statement said. “We expect a serious response from Iran and will decide in the context of our dual-track approach, as a result of the meeting, on our next steps.”

In her remarks, Secretary Clinton said the text is “a very powerful statement” that expresses what all six countries have agreed on.

“The group remains united in pressing Iran to comply with its international obligations on its nuclear program, and it has serious concerns about Iran’s lack of compliance to date, particularly on the unanswered questions about the possible military dimensions of Iran’s nuclear program,” she said.