After having meeting with US President Barack Obama in Seoul at the 2012 Summit on Nuclear Security Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan visited Tehran and held negotiations on Iranian nuclear issue. Turkish PM offered Iran to hold the next round of the negotiations on Iranian nuclear issue.
Permanent Representative of United Kingdom to the UN Mark Lial Grant expressed hope on Friday that the upcoming Iran and G5+1 negotiations would bear constructive results for both sides, IRNA writes.
“UK supports negotiations between Iran and G5+1,” he told the Iranian news agency.
The date for negotiations between Iran and G5+1 including Russia, China, UK, France, US and Germany has not been fixed yet but according to G5+1 spokespersons, it will be held in near future.
Iran has always announced its readiness to hold fresh nuclear talks, but would not back down on its “rights” in the talks with the West.
“Tehran stresses that the country has always pursued a civilian path to provide energy to the growing number of Iranian population, whose fossil fuel would eventually run dry”, IRNA writes.
Iranian side claims that its nuclear program has peace civilian aims.
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