The Secretary of State William Hague has issued a statement on the possible reopening of the British embassy in the Iranian capital, Tehran:
Our two primary concerns when considering whether to reopen our embassy in Tehran have been assurance that our staff would be safe and secure, and confidence that they would be able to carry out their functions without hindrance.
There are a range of practical issues that we will need to resolve first.
However it is our intention to reopen the Embassy in Tehran with a small initial presence as soon as these practical arrangements have been made.
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