3rd round of Iran-G5+1 talks to be kicked off on Thursday

Vienna, April 3, IRNA – The third round of talks between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the G5+1 is to be kicked off in Vienna on Thursday afternoon

Director-General of Political and Legal Affairs in the Foreign Ministry, Hamid Baeidinejad, will lead the Iranian delegation in the three-day talks with the G5+1.

The two sides will try to close ranks prior to reaching final accord on Iranˈs peaceful nuclear dossier.

This round of talks between the two sides will last for three days.

Iranˈs Foreign Minister, Mohammad-Javad Zarif, and the European Union Foreign Policy Chief, Catherina Ashton, are to co-chair the third round of talks dubbed as ˈVienna-3ˈ on April 7 in order to find a final deal in line with the Geneva accord.



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