Ali Khorram, a former Iranian diplomat, says failure to strike a comprehensive deal in Vienna would be the worst possible scenario for nuclear negotiations.
Iran’s foreign minister has described his talks with P5+1 chief negotiator Catherine Ashton in Vienna as positive, saying the progress of the talks depends on the other party’s political will.
The Iranian foreign minister says whether or not a deal is struck in Vienna talks with P5+1, Iranians are the winners.
Ali Shamkhani says the best way for the West to resolve its nuclear dispute with Tehran goes through talks, not sanctions.
With a deadline for an Iran-P5+1 nuclear deal approaching fast, a news agency puts the talks to strike a comprehensive deal in perspective.
Week-long negotiations between Iran and P5+1 are to get underway in Vienna today, it still remains to be seen whether or not it will yield a final deal.
Brigadier General Naqdi says just like their fellow Iranians members of the Basij volunteer force support the nuclear negotiating team.
China’s foreign minister has said what Iran has done in the course of nuclear talks to help ink a final deal with P5+1 is praiseworthy.
The Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council has said that conclusion of a final nuclear agreement will be a strong possibility if the other side takes a logical, non-political approach.
Hossein Kachouyan, a participant at a “Red Line” conference, has rejected a win-win deal between Iran and P5+1, saying that only one winner emerges from the battle between Islam and atheism.