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No major progress reported as nuclear talks break off

Nuclear talks in Geneva between the Iranian and 5+1 delegations ended without any report of concrete progress.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told reporters at the end of the talks: “During the past three days, we had serious, beneficial and constructive talks with the 5+1 countries but we still have a long way to go in order to reach a final deal.” He added, however, that some progress was made on some issues. » read more

Zarif to meet with 5+1 ministers at Munich conference

Iran’s foreign minister has confirmed that he will have bilateral meetings with his Western counterparts involved in the Iran-5+1 talks on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference, IRNA reports. » read more

Potential nuclear breakthrough discussed by Iran, U.S.

Two western diplomats have reported that Iran and the U.S. are discussing a new proposal that will allow Iran to retain tis uranium-enrichment technology but reduce its ability to build nuclear weapons. » read more

Iran meets with Euro countries over nuclear issues

Iran’s nuclear negotiators began talks with delegates from three European countries on Thursday January 29 in Istanbul. » read more

Iran warns sanctions would threaten nuclear deal

The Iranian foreign minister says new sanctions against Iran would jeopardize the achievements of the nuclear negotiations.

Mohammad Javad Zarif, who met with his U.S. counterpart on Friday on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, said: “We have an agreement that looks ahead to achieving a final comprehensive agreement. Anyone who destroys this deal, in my opinion, should be isolated by the global community, be it the U.S. Congress or any other.” » read more

New U.S. talks set as hardliners condemn Geneva stroll

Bilateral talks between Iran and the U.S. will continue on January 23 and 24 in Zurich at the level of deputy foreign ministers. Also, the latest report from the IAEA confirms that Iran’s nuclear stockpile has been reduced. » read more

Iran’s nuclear negotiators depart for Geneva talks

Iran’s nuclear negotiations delegation led by deputy foreign minister Abbas Araghchi left for Geneva on December 15 to meet with the 5+1 delegation for the continuation of nuclear talks. » read more

Meetings set for further nuclear talks

The next meeting between Iran and the 5+1 over the nuclear negotiations will take place December 17 in Geneva, Iranian deputy foreign minister Abbas Araghchi announced. » read more

Ashton takes new role around nuclear talks

Catherine Ashton has reportedly been appointed as Federica Mogherini’s special adviser on Iran’s nuclear talks. Reuters reports that Federica Mogherini, who took over the position of EU foreign policy chief from Ashton on November 1, has appointed Ashton as her representative to facilitate the nuclear talks with Iran and the 5+1. » read more

Foreign minister gives assurances about nuclear talks

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the nuclear negotiations with the 5+1 are nearing a successful conclusion.Speaking at a function entitled “Nuclear Diplomacy”, he said the positive tone voiced by all the parties in Vienna is unprecedented in the past decade of negotiations. » read more