Iran, P5+1 can hold new round of nuke talks in December
Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 26
The next meeting on Iran's nuclear program may be held among the P5+1 group and Iran on December 10, "Kommersant" newspaper said, citing a diplomatic source close to the negotiations, RIA Novosti reported.
"A new round of the talks on Iran's nuclear program may be held on December 10," the newspaper said. "These will be the first consultations following the unsuccessful ministerial meeting among Iran and the P5+1 group in Vienna."
Kommersant's another source said that the talks are likely to be held at the expert level. Later, if necessary, the political directors of diplomatic missions can also join.
P5+1 group and Iran failed to conclude a comprehensive agreement on guarantees of the exclusively peaceful nature of Iran's nuclear program by November 24 and the procedure for lifting the sanctions against Tehran. They prolonged the negotiations on this issue until the end of June.