Mann: Iran-G5+1 talks held in good atmosphere

Vienna, Feb 18, IRNA — Michael Mann, the spokesperson for EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, says the first round of nuclear talks on Tuesday was held in a good atmosphere and its axis was the Geneva Accord to reach a final deal.

Talking to reporters, Mann said the main pivot of the Iran-G5+1 meeting was making arragements for talks in coming months.

He added that in today afternoon, the negotiating delegations will hold bilateral meetings.

He went on to say that the aim is to provide a framework to deal with negotiations in coming months to allay concerns over Iranˈs nuclear program and guaranteeing the peaceful nature of the program on which intensive diplomatic activities should be launched.

Mann noted that Ashton and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif held talks in a very good atmosphere.



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