Iran and the P5+1 nations — permanent U.N. Security Council members America, Russia, China, France, and England, plus Germany — are holding talks this weekend over Iran's nuclear program. The Istanbul summit represents the first Iran nuclear talks in a year and a half, but expectations for a breakthrough aren't especially high, given the players' competing interests and goals, the looming U.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran and world powers will hold talks over Iran's disputed nuclear program on February 26 in Kazakhstan, Iran's state news agency IRNA reported on Tuesday. Iran's Supreme National Security Council announced the agr... Read Post
MADRID – The latest round of negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program between Iran and the so-called “5+1” group (the United Nations Security Council’s five permanent members – the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, France, an... Read Post