TEHRAN, April 8 (Xinhua) -- Iran hopes the outcome of ongoing nuclear talks in line with reaching a final agreement between Iran and the world major powers would be "positive," Iran's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham said here on Tuesday.
"We hope the talks for a comprehensive deal would result in positive achievements for Iranians in gaining their nuclear rights, " Afkham said as the new round of nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1 group, including Britain, China, France, Russia, United States plus Germany, started in Vienna on Tuesday.
In the ongoing nuclear talks, a group of senior legal experts is accompanying Iran's negotiating team to provide consultations, she said, stressing the use of national potentials to meet the interests of the country.
Iran and the six major states are heading to a comprehensive agreement for a solution to the decade-old disputed Iranian nuclear issue.
Tangible solution for resolving Tehran nuclear issue could be found in six months, provided all sides involved in the talk have the political will, Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif said on Monday.
However, the path to draft a final nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers is not smooth and it would be a "difficult and slow-pace" job, Zarif said on Tuesday a few hours ahead of the nuclear meeting.
The western states want Iran to significantly scale back its nuclear program to address the world concern while providing sanction relief in return.
Iran reiterates "mutual respect" in nuclear talks with world powers
TEHRAN, April 8 (Xinhua) -- Drafting a final nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers would be "difficult and slow," Iran' s Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif said on Tuesday.
"This round of talks would probably be the last round of reviewing important subjects that the sides believe should be addressed in the final agreement, and from the next round, we will start to jointly draft a final agreement which would be a complicated, difficult and slow-moving job," Zarif wrote on his facebook account ahead of Tuesday nuclear meeting between Iran and the six world major powers in Vienna. Full story
Iran expects to find solution for Tehran nuclear issue in 6 months
VIENNA, April 7 (Xinhua) -- Iran on Monday said the tangible solution for resolving Tehran nuclear issue could be found in six months, provided all sides involved in the talk have the political will.
The statement was made after the meeting between Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton in Vienna ahead of the talk between Iran and six major states (Britain, China, France, Russia, United States plus Germany), so called p5+1 talk. Full story