Baeedinejad: Expert level nuclear talks were explicit, useful

Hamid Baeidinejad (pic) heads Iran’s expert-level nuclear negotiating team.

Tehran, Oct 23, IRNAَ – After two days of expert level nuclear talks, head of Iran’s nuclear negotiating team, Hamid Baeedinejad said on Thursday that they held “serious, intensive, explicit and useful negotiations”.
Baeedinejad, also director general of Foreign Ministry’ political and international security affairs, told IRNA that delegations believe that the expert-level negotiations were effective and useful to find final solution to the certain issues.

The expert talks co-chaired by Baeedinejad and Stephen Clement, an aide to EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, held in Vienna yesterday.

The two sides discussed outstanding issues such as enrichment and lifting the sanctions during two rounds of talks on Wednesday.

The expert-level negotiations aimed at reaching a common understanding for the Comprehensive Agreement to terminate the nuclear dispute with the western governments.



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