An official close to Iran's nuclear negotiating team said that Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his US counterpart John Kerry have discussed ways to continue the negotiations, official IRNA news agency reported Nov. 24.
The official said that in the direct meeting between Zarif and Kerry, they discussed different nuclear issues and ways to solve them.
After five rounds of tripartite talks between Zarif, Kerry and Catherine Ashton, the two foreign ministers in a bilateral meeting discussed issues of mutual interest for 75 minutes.
It was the first bilateral meeting between the two foreign ministers after victory of the Islamic Revolution.
Iran and the USA have disagreements on basic issues such as level of Iran's uranium enrichment, ways to lift sanctions and time for final agreement, but the two sides are trying to find a common solution.