GENEVA - High-level nuclear negotiations between the United States and Iran resumed in Geneva on Monday as both sides work through technical and political differences to come up with an initial deal by a March 31 deadline.
US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, as well as US Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz and Iran's atomic nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi met for a second day following a two-hour meeting on Sunday.
"Both sides are determined to resolve the remaining issues," a senior Iranian official told Reuters.
"Gaps still remain and the negotiators are trying hard to reach a common point," the official said, describing the atmosphere as "good but very serious".
A senior State Department official said the session would cover "virtually every topic".