President Rouhani reiterated the peaceful nature of Tehran’s nuclear activities, saying Iran is holding “logical and calculated” negotiations with the world.
There will be bilateral negotiations between delegations from the Islamic Republic and its negotiating partners in Geneva two days prior to the start of the talks on December 17, 2014.
Niels Annen, a German MP says that nuclear talks cannot be continued forever and that the two sides should come to a conclusion at some point.
Ali Akbar Salehi, the AEOI chief, says based on an “unwritten” agreement Tehran will not activate more centrifuges, stressing that Iran does not seek to complicate the nuclear case.
Iran has criticized the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for its “unofficial” rejection of a proposal from the Islamic Republic to visit a site in the country, saying the UN nuclear body should act professionally and impartially.
Geneva, Switzerland will play host to a next round of talks between Iran and P5+1 later in December, Iranian deputy foreign minister said.
Kazakhstan has voiced readiness to host the next round of nuclear talks between Iran and P5+1, according to a joint statement issued after US-Kazakh talks.
The only knot which is yet to be untied and has put back a final nuclear deal was the timeline for a final accord as well as for the removal of sanctions, said Mikhail Bogdanov.
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi has briefed parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee on recent nuclear talks.
Salehi has refuted media speculations that Tehran would transfer part of its uranium stockpile to Russia as part of a final nuclear deal.