Iran FM Says ’Differences’ among World Powers at Nuclear Talks

Iran FM Says ’Differences’ among World Powers at Nuclear Talks
# 11 November 2013 10:14 (UTC +04:00)

Baku – APA. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Saturday there were divisions among the world powers attempting to negotiate Geneva Talks a landmark deal with Tehran over its nuclear program, almanar.com reported.

"We have reached an agreement on some questions, but on others there are still disagreements.... There are differences of opinion within the P5+1 group" of world powers, he was quoted as saying by Iranian news agency ISNA, amid crucial talks in Geneva.

A four-way meeting was held in Geneva today between the foreign ministers of Iran, Germany and UK plus the EU foreign policy Chief Catherine Ashton, and the aim was to reach a settlement of the Iranian nuclear program.

The Iranian ambassador to IAEA said Saturday that Iran expects to sign an accord with the chief of the UN nuclear watchdog on Monday.

"The Islamic republic of Iran has presented a new proposal that includes concrete actions, and we foresee that the text will be finalized on Monday and that the two sides will reach agreement," Reza Najafi told state television.

For his part, Iran's lead negotiator, Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi, said after Friday's talks that The meeting was productive but we still have lots of work to do.

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