US had side talks with Iran in recent months -senior US official

By REUTERS
November 24, 2013 07:39

 
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WASHINGTON- Senior US officials had some limited bilateral talks with Iranian counterparts in recent months in the drive to reach a nuclear, a senior US official said.

The talks were in addition and a supplement to the negotiations between major powers and Iran, the official told reporters.

"We had some limited bilateral discussions with the Iranians in addition to the P5-plus one negotiations that were aimed at developing ideas that we could provide in the P5-plus-one negotiations," the official said.


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