Iran, G5+1 stress ˈsubstantive and usefulˈ talks in Vienna

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Iran and six world powers Wednesday wrapped up two days of ˈsubstantive and usefulˈ talks on Tehranˈs nuclear program, IRNA reported.

Speaking at joint news conference with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton labeled the Vienna II meetings ˈsubstantive and useful.ˈ

She added that the discussions focused on four main issues: uranium enrichment, Arak reactor, peaceful nuclear cooperation and the removal of sanctions.

Ashton confirmed that the next round of talks would be in Vienna again from April 7-9 as technical experts would continue their efforts to elaborate on the details.

Meanwhile, Zarif echoed Ashtonˈs remarks by terming the discussions in the Austrian capital ˈvery substantive, serious and useful.ˈ

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