World Bulletin/ News Desk
Geneva talks on Tehran's nuclear program between UN Security Council permanent members, Germany and Iran will continue on 20th November, said European Union Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton in a joint press conference with Iran's Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Reading a joint statement with Zarif, Ashton said that there is a concrete progress despite existing differences, after extensive meetings.
"Both sides work on negotiations, hope to have a deal soon," said Iran's Minister of Foreign Affairs Zarif, underlining different opinions of six countries which participated in Geneva talks.
Zarif said that he urges France's Minister of Foreign Affairs Laurent Fabius and other ministers to have a deal on negotiations and support the process, stressing the important role of France in P5+1 countries.
"Iran's expectations from other contries are decisiveness and political will in Geneva talks," said Zarif, noting that existing different opinions are normal, in response to a question on France's political position.
International community gained hope for a consensus at Genava talks since US Secretary of State John Kerry and France's Minister of Foreign Affairs Laurent Fabius participated in negotiations on Tehran's nuclear program.Last Mod: 10 Kasım 2013, 16:52