Mohammad Javad Zarif,

7 reasons not to worry about Iran’s enrichment capacity

Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif (L) holds a bilateral meeting with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (R) on the second straight day of talks over Tehran’s nuclear program in Vienna, July 14, 2014.

Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany are aiming to end the standoff over Iran’s nuclear program by Nov. 24. Iranian and US officials have confirmed that progress was made in the extremely complicated nuclear talks in mid-October in Vienna.

“There was progress in all the fields. We still need serious discussions over various issues,” Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said following a six-hour meeting with US Secretary of State John Kerry and European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton in Vienna.

With less than six weeks to go, the future scope of Iran’s production of enriched uranium, which can have both civilian and military use, remains the key sticking point. While Zarif, Kerry and Ashton are supposed to meet in Muscat Nov. 9-10 to discuss steps toward a comprehensive final deal, Washington should not derail the opportunity to reach a solution by overemphasizing its demand to limit Iran’s uranium enrichment program.

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  1. isac

    nuclear produces low cost electricity which reduces the cost production of goods.nuclear is used desalination of sea water which is helpful to iran as some parts desert.cancer treatment is also uses nuclear example radio sum up nuclear is needed for the help of a country to industrialize fight for your rights iran.