Tehran, Oct 18: The recent Geneva talks over Iran’s nuclear issue make a step forward in settling the country’s nuclear standoff, an Iranian parliamentarian said Thursday.
Although the details of Iran and the P5+1 talks — five permanent members of UN Security Council plus Germany — have not been announced yet, evidences indicate that the Geneva talks were “more serious and technical” compared to the previous negotiations, reported Xinhua citing vice-chairman of Iranian parliament, National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, Mansour Haqiqatpour.
Management and efforts to avoid wasting of time were other positive points of the negations, he said.
The positive points of Geneva talks indicate the strong will of two parties for settling Iran’s nuclear issue, he said, hoping for sanctions relief against Iran and recognition of Iran’s right to enrich uranium in the follow-up meetings.
The world powers and Iran held two days of intensive talks in Geneva Tuesday and Wednesday and agreed to continue their negotiations Nov 7-8 in Geneva.