Final round of tripartite nuclear talks to be held in Muscat Monday afternoon

Muscat, Nov 10, IRNA – Iran’s foreign minister, his US counterpart and the EU nuclear coordinator concluded the third round of their tripartite talks in Muscat on Monday and will continue the final round of talks this afternoon.
Mohammad Javad Zarif, John Kerry and Catherine Ashton are expected to reach a comprehensive deal over Iran’s nuclear program after months of talks.

The final round of negotiations is scheduled to be held Monday afternoon.

They focus on the disputes between Tehran and G5+1, mainly about uranium enrichment and timetable for lifting all anti-Iran sanctions.

Durign the first day of trilateral talks on Sunday, Iran, US and EU representatives discussed main bones of contention namely ways of lifting sanctions and the size of uranium enrichment.

The parties try to reach a comprehensive deal prior to the November 24 dealine.

The Iranian foreign minister underlines that West should accept realities about Iran ‘s progress in making peaceful use of nuclear technology but the other parties’ insiststance on their wrong stands may cause chances of cllinching a final deal to be missed.

Head of Iran’s foreign diplomacy has warned western countries and the US in particular that economic sanctions cannot put pressure on the country to give up its legitimate rights.

By IRNA

 

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