Nasim—Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif stressed the “sensitivity” of this round of talks, stressing that in drafting a final agreement, “a comma or a dot” can raise differences.
After discussing the agenda of current nuclear talks between Tehran and the sextet powers over a working dinner in Vienna on Tuesday night, Zarif told reporters: “Islamic Republic of Iran is not after nuclear weapons, it only claims its nuclear rights; so we do not face a problem which has been specified for the rest of the world.”
“Lady Ashton and I have set three other sessions beside this round of talks to discuss drafting the final agreement; as well as various expert-level meetings;” Iran’s top diplomat told reporters.
Iran and the Eu3+3 (the five permanent UN Security Council members plus Germany) have vowed to reach and start a final agreement by November 2014.
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