Iran calls nuclear talks 'very useful'; negotiations set to resume in January

By REUTERS
December 17, 2014 21:51

 
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GENEVA - Iran's deputy foreign minister Abbas Araqchi said on Wednesday that he had had "very intense" and "very useful and helpful" nuclear negotiations with major powers in Geneva.

Araqchi, speaking to reporters at the end of closed-door talks, said there was an agreement to continue nuclear talks "next month" at a venue to be decided.

The US negotiating team led by Acting Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman left the talks without making any comment.

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