Nuclear talks continues in a constructive atmosphere
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran, Sept 7, IRNA
Iran's nuclear talks with Western states would continue in a constructive atmosphere, Foreign Ministry spokesman, Hassan Qashqavi, said on Sunday.
"Nuclear talks will go on in different levels and in a constructive atmosphere," Qashqavi told IRNA exclusively.
Asked about the common ground in the two packages exchanged between Iran and Group 5+1, Qashqavi expressed hope that future talks would "lead to acceptable results."
"More points in common will emerge if the political approaches change into technical and legal approaches," stressed the spokesman, highlighting the need to focus on technical aspects of Iranian nuclear program away from political goals certain states are pursuing.
Iran's latest nuclear talks with the Group 5+1 took place on July 19 when the country's top nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili and the European Union foreign policy chief, Javier Solana, met in Geneva, Switzerland.
The US Undersecretary of State William Burns, the third-highest US diplomat, was present in the meeting in a major shift of policy on the US part.
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