Iran says new nuclear road map to be prepared in Istanbul (HAŽARETZ NEWS) By DPA 06/28/12)
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Iran said Wednesday that a new road map will be prepared next week in
Istanbul for ongoing nuclear talks between it and a group of leading
world powers, the official news agency IRNA reported.
"Experts from both sides will meet (on Tuesday) in Istanbul for
discussing and preparing a new road map for the nuclear talks" IRNA
quoted Foreign Minister Ali-Akbar Salehi as saying.
The last round of nuclear negotiations between Iran and the so-called
5+1 group - Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United
States - were convened last week in Moscow, but again ended without
The two sides onl(© Copyright 2012 Ha´aretz 06/28/12)y agreed to meet
at working group level in Istanbul on July 3. However, the exact
formation of the groups and the agenda both remain unclear.
"There are some legal and technical issues on the agenda and I am
optimistic, although we must be patient, as it might take some time,"
Salehi said during a visit to Kazakhstan.
All nuclear negotiations in recent years between Iran and the 5+1
group have failed to make headway. Neither side has given any
indication since Moscow that there might be the prospect for further
talks. (© Copyright 2012 Ha´aretz 06/28/12)
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