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The next round of talks between Iran and six world powers on a final nuclear agreeement will be April 7-9 and the venue is likely to be Vienna again, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi said at a news conference late Tuesday evening.
Iran and the six major world powers are slated to resume their talks on Tehran’s nuclear program on Wednesday, with an Iranian top negotiator saying they would likely conclude negotiations this evening.
With Iran and the P5+1 wrapping up the first day of their fresh round of nuclear talks, a senior Iranian negotiator says the closure of Arak heavy water reactor in not on the agenda, Press TV reports.
Iran Energy Exchange will start trading crude oil in April, director for international affairs of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) said.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif here Wednesday held talks with members of the foreign affairs of the committee of the Austrian parliament, according to IRNA.
Iran’s consul general in the Pakistani city of Lahore announced that high-ranking officials representing the two countries will in the near future launch talks to reach a final decision on the fate of Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline project.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met with a senior Austrian Green legislator Tuesday morning, a Green official told IRNA here speaking on condition of anonymity.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif said on Wednesday he was optimistic that Tehran and six world powers can reach a broad settlement in their nuclear dispute by a July 20 deadline.
Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli underlined Iran’s determination to clarify the fate of the Iranian border guards abducted on February 6, and said that the country’s contacts with the Pakistani security forces and the kidnappers are expected to bring about good results soon.
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