Iran and the European Union's chief negotiators agreed on Saturday to resume talks on suspending uranium enrichment in two weeks, after Tehran ruled out freezing its program in talks that included the United States for the first time. EU envoy Javier Solana told reporters after the Geneva talks with Iranian negotiator Saeed Jalili that the two would speak either by telephone or personally. "The meeting was constructive, but we didn't get still the answer we were looking for," Solana said. Jalili said Tehran would remain constructive, but asked that Western powers not turn away from negotiations. "Iran is calling on the Western powers to resume the dialogue," he said.