January 22, 2011 by staff
“In this round of negotiations, both sides expressed their views and have agreed to continue talks on the basis of agreements (earlier) in the Geneva talks,” state television IRIB quoted the secretariat of the Iran’s Supreme National Security Council.
Ongoing discussions are taking place a little over a month after the last meeting held in Geneva in early December.
“The European Union’s foreign policy, Catherine Ashton, representing six major powers agreed to continue discussions with the aim of finding common ground”, according to IRIB.
The two days of talks between Iran and Great Britain, China, France, Russia, USA and Germany (P5 +1) on the nuclear issue of Iran started in Istanbul on Friday.
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