Saturday, August 9, 2014

Iran to Hold Bilateral Talks with All Members of P5+1

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said today Tehran will hold bilateral talks with other members of the P5+1 in the coming weeks. Iran and the U.S. held their talks on Thursday.

We are planning talks with other members of the P5+1 since we feel under the current conditions that a series of more detailed bilateral talks are needed between us and other members of the P5+1 before the start of the next round of the negotiations,” Araqchi said. (Fars News Agency, 9 August)

The next round of multilateral negotiations with P5+1 is expected to be held on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, which will start on 16 September in New York

Araqchi said Thursday’s talks with the Americans in Geneva lasted for five hours and was meant to narrow the gap between their positions on the Iran’s nuclear program. He did not provide any details.

1 comment:

Eretz Yisrael said...

Iran's suspected WMD programme diminishes just like the sand through the hourglas...!