Amano: Nuclear talks in Iran held in good atmosphere

By REUTERS
May 21, 2012 18:23

 
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DUBAI - The United Nations nuclear chief, Yukiya Amano, said talks with Iran's chief nuclear negotiator were extensive and would have a positive impact on Iran's negotiations with world powers later this week, Iranian media reported on Monday.

"We held expanded and intensive negotiations in a good atmosphere. Definitely, the progress of talks will have a positive impact on negotiations between Iran and P5+1," Amano was quoted by Iran's state television website as saying.

Asked about a framework agreement that would resolve questions over Iran's nuclear program quickly, Amano added: "I will not go into details but the agency has some viewpoints and Iran has its own specific viewpoints."

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