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Iran FM Spokeswoman: US Actions Will Determine Possibility of Further Talks

Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham said Tuesday that the way US acts regarding Iran’s nuclear issue would determine the possibility of holding further talks between the two sides, according to IRNA. Iran FM spokeswoman
 
Commenting on recent talks held between Iranian and US officials in New York last week, Afkham said the talks were “limited to Iran’s nuclear issue.”

“No talks have been held on Iran-US ties,” the spokeswoman stressed during her weekly press briefing.

She added Iran’s nuclear issue was the main topic of discussion between Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his US counterpart John Kerry.

Referring to the phone conversation between the presidents of Iran and US made at the end of President Hasan Rouhani’s visit to New York, Afkham said the conversations focused on “Iran’s interaction with the P5+1” as well as finding a solution to the nuclear issue.ˈ

Asked if it was possible that the next round of talks between Iran and Group 5+1 (five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany) would be held at the level of heads of state, Afkham said “It is too soon to talk about that.”

“We are at the beginning of a long road which is full of ups and downs,” she stressed.

Referring to a report about President Rouhani’s possible visit to Saudi Arabia, Afkham said, “No official invitation has been received yet from the Saudi side through diplomatic channels in this connection.”


 

Source: Agencies

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