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Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Iran’s top nuclear negotiator Abbass Araqchi are to brief Iranian MPs on Tehrans latest nuclear talks in Geneva with the Group 5+1, senior member of the Iranian parliament (Majlis) said on Saturday.
Iran’s lead and zinc ingot production reached 80,700 tons in the first six months of the year (starting on March 21), showing a 3.5 percent growth compared to the same period the previous year.
A prominent Iranian legislator said on Saturday that Iran played a very significant and strong role in 129th IPU Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland, and that the participating countries looked at Iran in a more positive light.
Iran, with its active diplomacy, can help solve the Syrian conflict that has raged on for more than two years, said an Iranian lawmaker, who stressed that Tehran would accept no preconditions for its presence in the Geneva II talks slated for late November.
An Iranian scientist Amir Kheradmand along with his colleagues at Johns Hopkins University have found out a site in a highly developed area of the human brain that plays an important role in the subconscious recognition of which way is straight up and which way is down.
Secretary of Iran’s Expediency Council Mohsen Rezayee hailed the Iranian team of negotiators’ efforts to settle Tehran’s nuclear standoff with the West, but underlined that removal of all sanctions against the Iranian nation is the country’s minimum expectation from the talks with the world powers.
Tehran expects the G5+1 to put forward practical measures to reciprocate Iran’s three-step plan unveiled during the last round of talks in Geneva to break the decade-long stalemate, an Iranian lawmaker said on Saturday.
An Iranian scholar in Switzerland has described as very much positive the talks between Iran and the P5+1 in Geneva which ended on October 16.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani underlined Tehran’s readiness to show full transparency in its nuclear activities to the world, saying that Iran has nothing to hide.
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