Iran to bargain removal of sanctions in Vienna

TEHRAN, Oct. 30 (MNA) – Iran’s three ministers will attend for the first time in expert-level Iran-P5+1 meeting to bargain cutting of economic sanctions.

Mehr News reported that ministers for Industry, Mine, and Trade; Oil; and Urban Development will attend the nuclear talks in Vienna in an attempt to cut economic sanctions on Iran. The ministers’ delegation will reportedly carry out their best bargain in order to remove sanctions during expert-level meeting.

Tahayi, advisor to minister for Industry, Mine, and Trade told Mehr that the ministry’s representative would also go to Vienna. “Arrangements have been made to a visit by Mohsen Salehinia, deputy minister for Industry, Mine, and Trade to participate in the talks,” he added.

There are some speculations that Iranian delegation will discuss the removal of sanctions on Iran’s shipping, automaking, and banking industries with the P5+1 group.

By Mehr News Agency


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