The Iranian nuclear negotiators have arrived in Istanbul to take part in an “expert level” meeting with P5+1 on 17-18 March. These technical talks were agreed upon in Almaty last month and will be followed by a meeting of the principles, dubbed Almaty II, in April.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi has described the February Almaty talks as a “milestone” and a “turning point in the negotiations.”
"Ali Akbar Salehi has described the February Almaty talks as a 'milestone' and a 'turning point in the negotiations."
Let's hope they are. Unless of course Obama backtracks like he did with the Turks and Brazilians when the Iranians agreed with his terms, signed the Tehran Declaration, only for Obama not being able to take "yes" for an answer.
This is well documented in "Going to Tehran" by the Leveretts.
Leveretts can document the history of Iran-US relations. Iran’s foreign minister is talking about now: Almaty Talks were “a milestone” and “a turning point in the negotiations.” Hope both sides follow the path that was set in Almaty.
German lawmaker, Jan van Aken, deputy head of the German Left Party, has described Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Yukiya Amano as a “US puppet” in his handling of Iran’s nuclear energy dossier.
He also reiterated that Amano has no will of his own and is only a vehicle for the implementation of US scenarios.
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