Iran's Foreign Ministry on Sunday said a meeting between its leading nuclear negotiator and the European Union's foreign policy chief has been postponed.
Ali Larijani and the EU's Javier Solana were to meet Thursday, possibly in Madrid, to explore whether there's room to resume negotiations over Iran's nuclear program.
"Based on an agreement by both sides, the talks have been postponed," said Mohammad Ali Hosseini, spokesman of Iran's Foreign Ministry.
Hosseini did not elaborate or say why the meeting was postponed, but he did leave open the possibility of future talks.
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