Iran's Soltanieh: Progress made in nuclear negotiations

By REUTERS
August 24, 2012 19:52

 
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Iran's ambassador to the IAEA, Ali Asghar Soltanieh, said Friday that "undoubtedly some progress" was made in the Iran-IAEA talks but that differences remained.

Talks between the United Nations' nuclear watchdog and Iran aimed at resolving concerns about Tehran's atomic program broke up on Friday without an agreement, and a senior UN official said no further talks were scheduled.

"Because it is a very complex issue... issues related to national security of a member state are something very delicate," Soltanieh said. "But I have to say that we are moving forward ... and we are going to continue this process so that we at the end of the day will have a framework agreed by both sides."

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