Friday, January 10, 2014

Iran, P5+1 Negotiators Resolve ‘All Remaining Issues’

Agreement Reached Sent to Capitals for Final Approval
Iran’s deputy FM and senior nuclear negotiator Abbas Araqchi told Iranian state television from Geneva that the two-day talks produced “good results” and the two sides did reach agreements on “all remaining issues” over how to implement the 24 November nuclear deal. He added, however, that due to political sensitivities surrounding some of the agreements reached, the two sides decided to refer final approval of the agreements to their capitals.

“We have resolved all remaining issues. But due to (political) sensitivities of some of the resolutions, it was decided to refer them to (respective) capitals for final approval,” Araqchi said. (IRIB, 10 January)

Araqchi said the agreements reached today in Geneva will be announced publicly in a day or two after the final approval by the countries’ capitals. He added that the two sides still hope to begin the implementation of the accord on 20 January.

Photo credit: Iran’s senior nuclear negotiator Abbas Araqchi in Geneva (IRIB)


Mark Pyruz said...

Good news, lets hope the political leaderships involved sign onto it.

reader said...

Too good to be true? Hope not.