Thursday, December 19, 2013

Iran’s Nuclear Talks Resume

Iran and the six world powers will resume technical talks on Thursday in Geneva on how to implement the November 24 interim agreement on Iran’s nuclear program a week after Tehran broke off the talks protesting U.S. move to blacklist a number of Iranian entities for violation of current sanctions.

Iran’s deputy foreign minister and nuclear negotiator Abbas Araqchi said the expert discussions were set for an initial two days but might continue into Saturday and Sunday if required. (Fars News Agency/Reuters, 19 December)


Anonymous said...

Stupid Iranians supporting Khomeini; look what you've turned the country into.

B.M.A said...

YOU ARE the Most foolish ,for supporting hegemony! And live to invite others to join YOU in that stupidity! Not knowing that Iran as a former empire needs a place ! YES a deserving position far above the Arabs nay higher than the Turks!sanctions is the end of the world to a Nation according to you!.And of course it is hard to you to come to this reality that there may be a United states ,but there shall always be IRAN !.