Monday, February 23, 2015

Progress Reported at Nuclear Talks

Iranian and U.S. officials at nuclear talks in Geneva reported some progress but said a lot of work remained to secure a deal before the 31 March deadline.

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said on Monday at the conclusion of two-days talks that they were ‘useful, constructive, and serious” but there is still a “long way” to go. (RFU/RL, 23 February)

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty quoted an unnamed U.S. official as saying “some progress” has been made. The two sides has been able to “sharpen up some of the tough issues,” the official added.

The talks will be resumed on 2 March in Geneva.


Anonymous said...

The issue of Nuclear standoff between Iran and the rest of the interested parties would not have been resolved without a dual agreement between US and Iran. The rest of the group are passengers really.

I think both US and Iran do realise now that they have far more in common in terms of their strategic interests than they thought. There is a new sense of realism in Iran now that without US investment and technology Iran is going to go nowhere. US on the other hand realises that Iran is argubably the most stable entity in the Middle East as a matter of fact!

Anonymous said...

National Council of Resistance of Iran revealed on Tuesday the details of an underground top-secret site currently used by Iranian regime for research & development on nuclear field using advanced centrifuges for uranium enrichment.

Ms. Soona Samsami, the Representative of the NCRI in the US and Alireza Jafarzadeh, the Deputy Director of the NCRI US Representative Office made the revelation in a press conference at Press Club in Washington D.C.

Existence of the site, known as Lavizan-3, was unknown until now and had been kept secret for years by the Iranian regime.

Anonymous said...

"some progress has been made"

Typical nonesense from politicians that won't amount to a bag of beans.In the last thirteen years haven't they used that word many times before? Nothing will come from those "talks".

Anonymous said...

How about Jeffrey Sterling revelations and the planted evidence......