Bill Clinton wanted to meet Iran’s oil minister in Vienna.


Austria  Vienna (By  Muhammad Aslam)The  Former U.S. President Bill Clinton this week would have to meet in Vienna with Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh source said like that. As the daily newspaper “Die Presse” learned, but he said the meeting from as short as a joint appearance with President Barroso and other participants of the gala of the Center for Dialogue and Cooperation (CGDC). Quoted was the meeting with the member of the government of the Islamic Republic for Thursday evening at the Vienna Hotel Intercontinental. There Zanganeh held throughout the day yard. He received a manager of international oil companies after the other. OMV boss Gerhard Roiss made him pay his respects as well as the representatives of Shell and ENI.Following the recent approach in the nuclear energy companies to position for transactions after the lifting of UN sanctions. What is the goal pursued Clinton in an interview with the Iranian oil minister and whether he would have acted on behalf of the White House, is unclear. Official Purpose of Travel Clinton was to attend a meeting of the Center for Global Dialogue and Cooperation. Former U.S. president arrived on Wednesday to Vienna, but not to the gala. After researching the “press” him U.S. authorities had warned in time, that the Secretary of the Dialog Center, the Bugare Stamen Stanchev (Stantchew), was sentenced yesterday to eleven years in prison. According to Bulgarian and Romanian media reports Stanchev was sentenced in Romania to the draconian punishment. He was accused of having built an industrial espionage network.