Wednesday, September 28, 2022


Iran, P5+1 make progress in nuclear talks: German FM

German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier says Iran and the P5+1 group have made progress in the latest round of nuclear talks in Vienna though they failed to achieve desirable outcomes.

Iran nuclear talks to resume in December: Hammond

British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says fresh round of negotiations on Iran's nuclear program will resume in December.

Iranian bishops fully support nuclear team

Iran's Assyrian and Armenian bishops in a letter to President Obama back the Vienna talks and a possible final deal on the country's nuclear program.

New Yorker analyst: The collapse of nuclear talks unlikely

Hooman Majd, an Iranian-American journalist, says that a comprehensive nuclear accord would serve the interests of both sides and its possible failure would be to their detriment.

Why did Saudi foreign minister travel to Vienna uninvited?

A surprise visit by the Saudi foreign minister to Vienna, the venue of nuclear talks between Iran and world powers, has met with strong reactions from Iranian media.

Coverage in Iranian press of the final day of Vienna nuclear talks

With negotiators talking against the clock to hammer out a final deal between Iran and P5+1 and news coming in thick and fast, IFP has decided to bring its audience up to speed by the moment as national and international media outlets release reports about the latest developments in Vienna.

Failure of the talks amounts to a victory for us: Javan daily

Javan, a Tehran-based daily, says failure to clinch a deal that does not remove all the sanctions imposed on Iran is a "victory".

Iran’s Zarif, US Kerry hold direct talks in Vienna

With tough 24 hours ahead of nuclear talks, Zarif and Kerry had a one-on-one meeting in Vienna.

An extension of nuclear talks is not to the benefit of Iran: Principlist website

An extension of nuclear talks in Vienna would give the upper hand to the West, weakening Iran’s position in the talks, says a principlist website.

Crossing the point of no return

Even in case no deal is cut on November 24 in Vienna between Iran and P5+1, Iran’s nuclear talks will not go back to where it was, says Sadegh Zibakalam, a political analyst.

A simple game with complicated players: Editorial

An editorial by an Iranian daily says Iran-P5+1 nuclear talks are nothing complicated and to solve the dispute a simple method is needed.

An extension of nuclear talks is not to the benefit of Iran: Principlist website

An extension of nuclear talks in Vienna would give the upper hand to the West, weakening Iran’s position in the talks, says a principlist website.

Influential daily warns nuclear negotiators to insist on removal of sanctions

Kayhan, a principlist daily, urges Iranian nuclear negotiators to stick to demands that any nuclear deal include the termination of all sanctions.

Obstacles the US has thrown in the way of nuclear talks

A breakthrough in nuclear talks is said to be within reach with Iran pressing home the message that nothing short of a final deal would serve the interests of the entire region.

Vienna talks based on Iran’s plans, initiatives

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham says that Iran was the sole party which put new initiatives on the table during the nuclear talks in Vienna.

Ali Akbar Salehi: Iran does not allow ‘special’ inspection of nuclear sites

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi has ruled out ‘special’ inspections by the IAEA of Iran’s nuclear facilities.

I hope the West does not dissuade Iran from cooperation

Speaker of the Islamic Consultative Assembly Ali Larijani has hoped that the West could act wisely in the nuclear talks, warning the US against dissuading Iran from cooperating with the West.

Judiciary chief stresses national support for Iran’s nuclear team

The Judiciary chief has expressed support for Iran's nuclear team, saying the Iranian nation will not give in to the other side’s excessive demands.

Iran nuclear deal possible if excessive demands not pressed: Rouhani

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says a comprehensive deal over Tehran’s nuclear energy program is possible should six world powers not put forward excessive demands.

In the absence of a deal by Nov. 24, atmosphere of Iran-US talks will change

Ali Khorram, a former Iranian diplomat, says failure to strike a comprehensive deal in Vienna would be the worst possible scenario for nuclear negotiations.

Iranian foreign minister describes talks with Ashton as positive

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.

With or without a deal, November 24 is a day of national victory: Iranian FM

The Iranian foreign minister says whether or not a deal is struck in Vienna talks with P5+1, Iranians are the winners.

Dealings, not sanctions hold the key to Iran’s nuclear case: Official

Ali Shamkhani says the best way for the West to resolve its nuclear dispute with Tehran goes through talks, not sanctions.

Will it be a comprehensive deal or a step-by-step agreement?

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.

Iran’s FM, EU’s Ashton to attend working lunch in Vienna

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.

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