Araqchi describes today expert-level talks in Geneva ˈgoodˈ

Representatives from Iran and the six world powers during nuclear talks in Geneva, November 9, 2013

Tehran, Dec 30, IRNA – Senior member of Iran’s nuclear negotiating team described current expert-level talks between Iran and Group 5+1, which started Monday morning in Geneva, ˈgoodˈ.

Deputy Foreign Minister in Legal and International Affairs Abbas Araqchi said the talks are in progress but there is still no news on the results.

Iran and Group 5+1- the US, Britain, Russia, China and France plus Germany- started new round of expert-talks in Geneva on Monday.

The today technical talks are focused on the ways of implementing the newly-reached nuclear deal between Tehran and the group of sextet.

The two sides’ experts held their first and second rounds of talks in the Swiss city on December 9 and 19.

Iran and the six countries decided to resume negotiations after the Christmas holidays.

Araqchi announced that the deal will be implemented as of late January.

Araqchi, a member of Iran’s negotiating team, also said the today Geneva talks will last for a day.



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