Iran Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif

Either full deal or no deal: Iran

Iran’s foreign minister says the country will accept either an overarching nuclear agreement or no agreement at all.
Abbas Araghchi

We seek innovation in talks: Deputy FM

Iranian negotiator Abbas Araghchi says parties to nuclear talks are after innovation and change to speed up things.
Fm Zarif

FM reiterates inefficiency of sanctions policy against Iran

Zarif described respect and negotiations as the only things that would produce results when it comes to nuclear talks between Iran and P5+1.
Ali Akbar Salehi-1

Iran atomic energy head to join Geneva nuclear talks

Salehi and Moniz are to discuss “the technical issues” of nuclear negotiations between Iran and P5+1 in Geneva.
Mohammad Javad Zarif

EU move to re-impose bans defies logic: Iran FM

“If the West really thinks that sanctions are effective, why is it negotiating with us?” Zarif asked.
Abbas Araghchi

Iran, US to begin fresh nuclear talks Feb. 20: Iran negotiator

Iran and the US will launch a new round of nuclear talks in Geneva on February 20, said a senior Iranian negotiator.

Iran: Single-phase agreement only acceptable solution to nuclear standoff

The Foreign Ministry spokeswoman has said that Iran will accept an agreement in a single phase and all its details should be clear and it should contain no ambiguities
Wendy Sherman

Iran, US to resume new nuclear talks in Geneva

The US State Department has said that Under Secretary of State Wendy Sherman and her team will travel to Geneva Thursday to hold negotiations with Iranian officials.

All the deadlocks of Obama analyzes in an opinion piece a possible Iran-West nuclear deal and the fact that – unlike Iran – the US would benefit from even a bad deal.

Iran should resist sanctions: Leader

The Leader said that if Iran does not resist sanctions, the enemy will set conditions for Tehran’s nuclear program and put bans on the country.

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