Fourth round of tripartite talks resume

Muscat, Nov 10, IRNA – Iran’s foreign minister, his US counterpart John Kerry and the EU coordinator Catherine Ashton resumed the fourth round of their tripartite talks on Monday 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.

They focused on the dispute mainly about uranium enrichment and timetable for lifting all sanctions.

In the first day of trilateral talks on Sunday, Iran, US and EU diplomacy leaders discussed main bones of contention namely ways of lifting sanctions and the degree of uranium enrichment.

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

The Iranian foreign minister underlined that the Western governments should accept realities about Iran’s progress in making peaceful use of nuclear technology but the other parties’ insistence on wrong stand may lead to lose the chance of clinching a final deal.

Zarif made clear that the western governments and the US in particular have to acknowledge that economic sanctions failed to force Iran to give up its legitimate rights.



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