DUBAI - Iran and world powers will meet on Jan. 28 and 29 for further negotiations over Iran's disputed nuclear program, the Iranian Students' News Agency (ISNA) reported on Wednesday.
A location for the talks has not yet been decided, ISNA said. The agency did not give a source for its information and said the date could change depending on which location was agreed. It cited Istanbul and Geneva and "some other cities" as possible locations.
A Vienna-based diplomat said: "That's what we've heard too, Jan. 28/29 timeframe, still working on the venue."
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