The negotiations between Iran and P5+1 international mediators on Iranian nuclear program will resume on Dec.30, RIA Novosti agency reported on Dec.27.
The new round of talks, as the previous one will be held in Geneva, according to the report. Earlier, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Arakchi said that the goal of the negotiations will be the working out a mechanism for the implementation of the agreements reached earlier in Geneva.
In November Iran and P5+1 international mediators (Russia, the U.S., China, Great Britain, France, and Germany) agreed on measures to significantly scale back Iran's nuclear program in anticipation of the full agreement. In particular, Iran pledged to suspend uranium enrichment by over 5 percent, to suspend the production of plutonium and centrifuges and allow IAEA inspectors to inspect its nuclear facilities.
Translated by L.Z.
Edited by C.N.
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