Almaty talks to proceed tomorrow, Iran says US sanctions run counter to international law
Second day of talks between the Islamic Republic of Iran and G5+1 in Almaty will proceed on Wednesday amid Iranian call for lifting unfair sanctions which run counter to international law betraying US hostility toward Iran, IRNA reports.
The first round of talks kicked off on Tuesday morning in the former Kazakh capital Almaty and concluded after three hours.
There is no news about outcome of step-by-step strategy inching toward a breakthrough.
Details of talks have not been revealed. The Islamic Republic of Iran and Group 5+1 said beforehand that they would focus on exchange of packages and counter-proposals to make headway to progress.
The first round of talks between Iran and the 5+1 wrapped up in Almaty, Khazakhstan this afternoon.
Iran's Secretary of Supreme National Security Council Saeed Jalili and European Union Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton are co-chairing the delegations respectively.