(Reuters) – U.N. and Iranian negotiators must make concrete progress in nuclear talks on Monday, the U.N. atomic agency chief said at the start of high-level talks in Vienna.
Yukiya Amano made the comment to Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi as the two sat down for a meeting over a stalled U.N. nuclear agency investigation into Iran’s disputed atomic activities.
Araqchi told Amano that Iran had a “new approach” in the negotiations with the agency, which began in early 2012 but have so far failed to show progress. He gave no details.
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