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News ID: 5396
Publish Date: 11:51 - 29 October 2014
Tehran, YJC. Source close to the Iranian nuclear negotiation team has said that the negotiators have set no time for the next round of negotiations.
The source who spoke on conditions of anonymity denied a report by TASS that November 18 had been set as the date for further talks and said that so far no time has been decided upon.

In a trilateral meeting on October 15 between the Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, US Secretary of State John Kerry, and the EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton which was held in Vienna, it was agreed that an expert level round of talks should be held between the negotiating sides.

The meeting was held on October 22nd and 3rd headed by the Director General of Political and International Affairs of the Foreign Ministry of Iran Hamid BaidiNejad and Ashton’s aid Stephen Clement in which the two sides held over 10 hours of talks.

BaidiNejad stated after the meetings that in areas disagreements had been clear and decisive and that the talks made it possible to take appropriate political actions.

The Iranian FM, US secretary of State, and EU foreign policy chief had also agreed to hold another trilateral meeting somewhere other than in Vienna.

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