Monday, June 29, 2015

Iran nuclear talks at Vienna, in photos

Iran media imagery of nuclear talks with P5+1 currently being held in Vienna, Austria:

United States negotiation team on left led by Secretary of State John Kerry, Iran negotiation team on right led by Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.

Secretary of State John Kerry and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, one-on-one

Wendy Sherman, U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs

Marie Elizabeth Harf, Senior Advisor for Strategic Communications to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry at the U.S. State Department.

China‘s Deputy Foreign Minister Li Baodong with Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif

People's Republic of China negotiating team led by Deputy Foreign Minister Li Baodong

European Union negotiating team on left, led by EU Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini

Federica Mogherini, European Union Foreign Policy Chief 

French negotiation team on left, led by Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius

German negotiation team on left, led by Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier

Philip Hammond, UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

Yukiya Amano, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency. Note: The P5+1 is often referred to as the E3+3 (or E3/EU+3) by European countries, which is also the nomenclature used in the text of agreements with Iran. [source: Wikipedia]

Photos: Siamak Ebrahimi at Tasnim News Agency, Omid Vahabzadeh at Fars News Agency


Anonymous said...

Are any covert operations and attempts of sabotages, including the regime change in Iran, during those projected '15 years of nuclear freeze' will be in on a table, despite Iran's signature and good implementation of an nuclear agreement ??

I think that what the West wants, is that Iran's signature of the agreement will let multiple interpretations of its annexes.

And after that signature, the West will have no need for an authorization of its military actions by the UNSC.....

Anonymous said...

The west at least those negotiating with Iran do not want confrontation o war with Iran. Middle East is on fire the risks from Alghaeda and ISIL related terrorism, mass immigration to Europe are obvious risks which can be mitigated by a long term arrangement with Iran. The only way that such an arrangement can be successful is through verification, lets face it with the high level of corruption amongst the 'nahads' as an Iranian I would like to know that there is accountability in Iran.
Regime change is neo-con agenda from 10 years ago the current western leaders have bigger fish to fry.

Anonymous said...

"Regime change is neo-con agenda from 10 years ago the current western leaders have bigger fish to fry"
tell that to the people in ukraine,libya and syria