Iran to make effort to find acceptable solution in new round of talks with P5+1
Baku, Azerbaijan, July 3
By Temkin Jafarov - Trend:
Iran will make an effort to find an acceptable solution in the new round of the negotiations with P5+1 countries, Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif wrote on his Facebook page.
Zarif wrote that the discussions that started in Vienna on July 2 will last two weeks, Iran's IRNA news agency reported on July 3.
"It is necessary to agree on various issues in order to reach a comprehensive agreement. It is difficult to predict the results of the discussions," the minister stressed.
Zarif went on to add that the predictions on the results of the talks, especially those reflected in western media shouldn't be taken seriously, as the majority of the analyses and forecasts aim to influence the results of the discussions and to create hullabaloo.
The new round of the talks between Iran and the P5+1 countries (Russia, U.S., China, UK, France and Germany) started in Vienna on July 2.
On the first day of the discussions, the Iranian delegation met with U.S. and Russian delegations.
Edited by CN