Iran Nuclear Talks Geneva

November 22, 2013 by  

Iran Nuclear Talks Geneva, A third day of talks in Geneva is ongoing

Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has arrived in Geneva as world powers push to clinch a historic deal over Iran’s nuclear programme.

Mr Lavrov joined the talks as negotiators said there had been some progress on the third day of meetings and the White House said the US remained “hopeful” that agreement could be reached.

The arrival of Russia’s foreign minister has heightened speculation that US Secretary of State John Kerry might also attend the talks.

Western diplomats told Reuters Mr Kerry is “tentatively planning” to travel to Geneva but has not confirmed his plans and could still pull out.

London and Paris said there were no plans at present for British and French counterparts William Hague and Laurent Fabius to participate.

This third meeting since President Hassan Rouhani’s election in June is seen as the biggest hope in years to resolve the decade-old standoff over Iran’s nuclear programme.

Iran’s Foreign Minister said talks were ‘progressing well’ on Friday

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