Abbas Araghchi

Tehran, P5+1 to hold next round of nuclear talks on Jan.18: Iran negotiator

A senior Iranian nuclear negotiator says the next round of nuclear talks between Iran and P5+1 will be held on January 18.
Mohamad Javad Zarif

Iran will never give up nuclear rights: Zarif

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Tehran will never give up the nuclear rights of the Iranian nation, vowing to defend national interests in nuclear talks with P5+1.
Iran Talks-John Kerry

US keeps sanctions conditional

Hadi Ajili, a professor of international relations, says US sanctions against Iran are viewed by some as being tactical and by others as strategic.
Abbas Araghchi

Tokyo’s banking channels at Tehran’s disposal

Seyyed Abbas Araghchi, a deputy Iranian foreign minister, talks about Tehran-Tokyo ties in the wake of the Geneva interim deal.

Russian, Saudi FMs hope for rapid settlement of Iran’s nuclear issue

A number of foreign ministers, including the Saudi and Russian top diplomats, have sent official responses to Zarif’s letter, while some other foreign ministries issued general statements.

Araghchi stresses US failure in spoiling world’s post-Geneva opportunities for mending ties with Iran

After the Geneva interim deal, all countries were deeply interested to have relations with Iran and this was too scary for the Americans, said Araghchi.
Obama interview npr

Mr. Obama, please elaborate!

How a principlist daily reacts to President Obama’s Iran comments in an interview with NPR in late December.

Iran to celebrate “nuclear victory” soon

AEOI chief Ali Akbar Salehi says that Iran will be the winner of the nuclear talks with P5+1.
Barak Obama

Expert calls Obama’s Iran remarks realistic

Mehdi Motaharnia says President Obama’s recent comments on Iran shows he is a realistic, pragmatic, and visionary leader.

Iran rejects AP report of nuclear deal with P5+1

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman has denied a report by The Associated Press that Iran and P5+1 have agreed to a tentative formula, reiterating that both sides in the talks are still arguing.

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