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Iran-G5 plus 1 talks resume in Geneva

IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency

Geneva, Dec 7, IRNA -- Talks between Iran and G5+1 (China, Russia, US, France, Britain and Germany) resumed in Geneva on Tuesday.

Iran's top nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili met with European Union Foreign Affairs Chief Catherine Ashton who is negotiating on behalf of the G5+1 to set the agenda for Tuesday's talks.

Iran and six world powers restarted talks on Monday following a one-year break reviewing a broad range of issues.

An informed source told IRNA that the overall atmosphere of the talks on Monday was 'positive and constructive.'

Jalili has earlier stressed that Tehran's approach in the G5+1 meeting was 'sincere, transparent and based on goodwill.'

He warned Iran would not accept any demands which would deprive the country from its rights.

Iran's top National Security Council official made it clear that his country's nuclear rights were 'non-negotiable.'

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