Iran, nuclear watchdog in ‘very productive’ talks

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Iran, IAEA describe negotiations ‘very productive’

Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have described their two-day negotiations in Austrian capital, Vienna, as “very productive,” saying they will meet again on November 11.

 

Iran underlines short-term talks with world powers

Tehran wants goal-oriented talks with a specified timeline with the world powers in a bid to attain final results in the short-run, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham said, stressing that pursuing talks for the sake of talks is no way acceptable to the Islamic Republic.

 

Speaker hails Iran-China lasting friendship

Visiting Speaker of the Iranian Parliament (Majlis) Ali Larijani on Tuesday stressed that Iran and China have always enjoyed lasting friendship.

 

Iran says seeks ‘practical solution’ to rift with U.N. inspectors

Iran’s new proposal to U.N. inspectors is practical and meant to “solve the issue”, an Iranian envoy said before a second day of talks on Tuesday, a hint Tehran may cooperate more with an inquiry into suspected nuclear arms research in the country.

 

Iran wants Pakistan action on border raid

Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham has called on Pakistan to identify, apprehend and extradite the perpetrators of a recent terrorist attack that killed 14 Iranian border guards.

 

Iranian president pledges to defend nation’s N. rights

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said his government is determined to safeguard the nation’s nuclear rights during the negotiations with both the UN nuclear watchdog agency and the six world powers over its nuclear program.

 

Iranian, Kazakh navies sign defense MoU

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) on defense cooperation was signed between top navy commanders of Iran and Kazakhstan on Tuesday.

 

Iran, Poland stress further expansion of relations

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Poland’s Undersecretary of State Boguslaw Winid in a meeting in Tehran explored avenues for the further expansion of relations between Tehran and Warsaw.

 

Kerry says US will not succumb to ‘fear tactics’ over diplomacy with Iran

US Secretary of State John Kerry has defended ongoing nuclear talks with Iran in an apparent rejection of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s demand for more pressure against Tehran.

 

 

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