Vienna N-talks wrap up, not much progress: Araghchi

Vienna N-talks wrap up, not much progress: Araghchi ... 17/05/2014 News

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TEHRAN, May 17 (MNA) – Iran’s senior nuclear negotiator at the end of 4th round of talks on Iran nuclear program has said not much progress have been achieved in this round of negotiations.

Abbas Araghchi at the end of 4th political-level nuclear talks in Vienna said that the four-day of negotiations ended with not much progress and the next round of such talks would be in June between Iran and the group 5 plus one – US, UK, Russian, China, France plus Germany.

This round of political-level negotiations on Tehran nuclear program started in Tuesday by Iran’s FM and EU’s foreign policy chief in Vienna. The negotiations continued on deputy level on Wednesday and Thursday and wrapped up on Friday by Zarif, Ashton meeting.

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