Iran awaits outcome of UN meeting before further nuke talks

By REUTERS
September 19, 2012 20:32

 
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ISTANBUL - Iran's chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili said on Wednesday he would await the outcome of European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton's talks with the six world powers she represents before he held more talk with her.

Jalili said his talks with Ashton had been constructive.

"We evaluated the common points and what we could do for further cooperation and future meetings," Jalili told a news conference in Istanbul, after meeting Ashton late on Tuesday.

"The result was that the six countries should evaluate the outcome of our meeting amongst each other ... We are waiting so that after (Ashton) discusses with the six countries we will contact each other again," he said.

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