Iranian Foreign Minister: Nuclear Talks to 'Resume Soon'
Iranian foreign minister Hossein Amirabdollahian affirms talks on reviving Iran's nuclear deal with 4+1 Group will resume shortly.
Talks on reviving Iran's nuclear deal with the 4+1 Group "will resume soon", Iranian foreign minister Hossein AmirAbdollahian revealed, during a meeting with the new Secretary-General of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Khusrav Noziri.
The Iranian Foreign Minister expressed his mere satisfaction regarding several important ECO projects, including the fields of transport, energy, trade, banking sections, and expressed hope that the remaining plans would be concluded during Noziri's tenure, which began in August.
Besides, a senior US official has recently stated that the US hopes to resume nuclear talks with Iran soon.
"We're hopeful we can be back in Vienna (for talks)... in a fairly short period of time," the senior administration official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told reporters.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry had announced that Iran will soon be rejoining the talks before November, after their suspension last June.
Six rounds of talks were held between Iran and international powers, including France, in Vienna during the period between April and June, in an attempt to revive the nuclear agreement.