Iran-US talks end in Geneva

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Representatives of Iran and the US ended bilateral negotiations at deputy foreign ministers level in Geneva on Thursday evening, IRNA reported.

The two sides had two rounds of talks in the morning and afternoon which lasted for five hours.

Iranian deputy foreign ministers Abbas Araqchi and Majid Takht-e Ravanchi and US Deputy Secretary of State William Burns and State Department Director General for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman held talks on narrowing the gaps about the nuclear dispute.

Experts from both countries also participated in the talks.

Speaking to IRNA, a member of Iranˈs negotiating team said that the meeting followed consultations on the disputes and study ways to bring the views closer.

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