TEHRAN, Sep. 20 (MNA) – Iran’s senior negotiator has said nuclear talks have been going on in good and constructive atmosphere.
On Saturday Seyyed Abbas Araghchi said despite major differences between Iran and the 5+1 group, negotiations on Tehran nuclear program were going on in constructive and good atmosphere in New York.
Araghchi added that all sides show serious and good will during the negotiations.
He further pointed to bilateral talks between Iranian and American, Russian, French and British experts and hoped for a achieving a conclusion in the coming days.
Araghchi said that after political-level talks of Friday, the expert-level talks will kick off on Saturday.
He asserted that uranium enrichment, enrichment capacity, sanction removal, Arak and Fordow Plants are among the serious issues for Iran during the negotiations.
With G5+1 top-ranking officials presence in New York, Araghchi hoped that both sides will see progress in negotiations’ process.
Iranian nuclear negotiators have been in New York since Monday for the 7th round of nuclear talks with the P5+1 – US, UK, France, Russia, China plus Germany – on Tehran nuclear issuey.
Iranian delegation has had bilateral and multilateral talks with the members of the 5+1 group and has discussed ways to reach a final agreement on Iran nuclear dossier.
The two sides had clinched an interim agreement in November 2013 which lasted for six months.
In July, after six round of political and expert level talks, the two sides did not reach a final agreement and decided to extend the Geneva agreement until November 2014.