Iran’s senior nuclear negotiator has said Iran and US would negotiate on Tehran nuclear program, Monday and Tuesday (June 9, 10) in Geneva.
Germany's foreign minister has described as “encouraging” the ongoing negotiations between Iran and six world powers over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear energy program.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in a meeting with Algerian Parliament Speaker Mohamed Al-Arabi Walad Khalifa thanked Algeria for its principled stances in support of Iran's inalienable nuclear rights.
Zarif and Ashton will meet in Turkey’s Istanbul in order to review the latest progress in the course of nuclear talks between Tehran and six world powers, an informed source said.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister said prolonged negotiations between Tehran and the Group 5+1 would serve the interests of those foreigners who have voiced opposition to the Geneva deal and seek tension in the region.
Iran and the IAEA held another technical meeting within the Framework for Cooperation agreed between the parties last November and agreed to take five practical measures in the next step.
Michael Mann, the Spokesman for the EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton, underlined that Iran and the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, Britain and France plus Germany) had "tough, complicated and precise" negotiations in their three-day meetings which ended Friday.
Senior teams of negotiators from Iran and the EU started a second meeting Wednesday afternoon to end their decade-long standoff over Tehran's nuclear program through a comprehensive deal.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei reiterated that the Iranian nation will never give in to pressures of the US and other world powers.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi says it is the US not Iran that must make tough decisions in nuclear talks between Tehran and the P5+1.