Foreign policy experts from Iran and the EU hold a meeting in Tehran to discuss bilateral issues and global developments.
Iran’s Institute for Political and International Studies and the EU Foreign Policy Council held a third meeting in Tehran on Monday in the presence of Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Along with Zarif, Iran’s former Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Ali Asghar Soltaniyeh and several members of the EU Foreign Policy Council, including the former Italian foreign minister, were on hand for the meeting.
Addressing the meeting, a member of the EU Foreign Policy Council referred to the issues discussed in the previous round of talks between the two sides and said new developments have since unfolded around the world including the crisis in Ukraine.
The official underlined that Iran’s nuclear talks was one of the most important pivots of discussions between the two sides in the two previous rounds, and expressed hope that the two sides could find good solutions to the problem in the upcoming round of high-profile multifaceted talks.