Tehran, June 17, IRNA – Positive aspects of nuclear talks are more than the negative ones, Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said on Wednsday.
He made the remarks in a meeting with Iranians residing in Dublin.
Iran would continue the nuclear talks with P5+1 and despite certain problems made, negotiations is approaching towards a positive end, Larijani added.
Iranian parliament speaker also visited Chester Beatty library in Dublin.
Larijani had a joint press conference with Speaker of Ireland House of Representative Sean Barrett and President of Ireland Senate Paddy Burke.
Visiting Iranian parliament speaker, in his meeting with speaker of Ireland house of representative, stressed boost of parliamentary relations.
Larijani also conferred latest regional and international developments with President of Ireland Senate Paddy Burke.
Heading a high-ranking delegation, Ali Larijani left Tehran for Dublin on Monday at the invitation of the Parliament Speaker of Ireland.
Larijani met senior Irish officials during the two-day visit and discussed ways to strengthen bilateral relations and economic development.
Larijani’s visit comes after Irish President Michael D. Higgins visited Iran to hold talks on furthering cooperation on legal issues and investment in various fields.
Larijani will stay in the North Atlantic country until June 17.