Nuclear negotiating team to leave New York for Tehran

New York, Sept 27, IRNA – Iran’s nuclear negotiating team will leave New York for Tehran after ten days of intensive talks with 5+1 Group.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is to accompany President Hassan Rouhani in his visit to Astrakhan, Russia, aimed at participating in the Summit of Caspian Sea Littoral States.

Other members of the team will also depart for Tehran.

Zarif accompanied by the nuclear negotiating team departed for New York on September 16 to conduct the seventh round of comprehensive talks with Group 5+1.

The seventh round of Iran-Group 5+1 negotiations started on September 17 on the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly with the aim of arriving at a Comprehensive Agreement.

The latest edition of the talks involving Zarif, EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton and US Secretary of State John Kerry was held last night (Friday) wherein various technical, political and legal aspects of the Comprehensive Agreement were discussed in a serious atmosphere.



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