Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 22
By Dalga Khatinoglu
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohham Javad Zarif said at a press conference in Geneva that Iran will not halt uranium enrichment in any condition, Fars News Agency reported on November 22.
Zarif said that uranium enrichment is a national right that will not be given up.
Iranian FM went on saying that there are some challenges between Iran and some P5+1 members, however didn't explain the details.
He said that the current round of nuclear talks likely will finish on Friday, but this matter is not certain.
However, he mentioned that Iran and P5+1 have held just three meetings for solving 10 year-long nuclear dispute and there are hopes for a result finally.
According to his speech, Iran and P5+1 used to have huge deference in view, but now the distance between positions has been shortened.
Iran and P5+1 began a new round of nuclear negotiations which two days ago on November 22.
At the previous meeting, Iran and P5+1 couldn't reach any common result after two days of talks over Tehran's nuclear program.
Senior Iranian nuclear negotiator Abbas Araqchi said yesterday that the nuclear negotiations continue and that "we are working on the (agreement) document", adding that no progress has been made so far.