Iran, P5+1 start new nuclear talks
Azerbaijan, Baku, May 23/Trend D.Khatinoglu/
Iran and the world's six major powers have begun a new round of nuclear negotiation in Baghdad, IRINN TV reported on Wednesday.
The negotiations will be held headed by Iran's top nuclear negotiator, Saeed Jalili and the EU's foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton.
The first round of talks was held in Istanbul on April 13, where all sides announced the results as being "constructive and progressive".
The negotiations will be held twice today and Jalili-Ashton bilateral talks are scheduled as well.
Western countries are concerned Iran may develop a hidden military nuclear plant, but Iran rejects the claims, saying its nuclear programme is intended to be peaceful.
So far, UNSC has adopted four rounds of economic sanctions against Iran and the U.S. the European Union and its allies have slapped even more sanctions on Iran, demanding it puts a halt on its uranium enrichment programme and shows transparency in its nuclear activities.