First round of nuclear talks among Iranian, American and European negotiators ended in presence of Iranian and US deputy foreign ministers and deputy EU foreign policy chief on Monday evening.

Present in trilateral talks in Montreux, Switzerland, there were Iran’s Abbas Araqchi and Majid Takhte-Ravanchi, the United States’ Wendy Sherman, and EU’s Helga Schmid.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and US Secretary of State John Kerry will join the negotiations in Montreux.

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Ali Akbar Salehi and the US Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz are present in the negotiations.

 

IRNA

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Why does US even have a right to “talk” ? The only country ever dropping nukes , the only country signing then ignoring anything they signed on it , the country which uses their UN puppets to “rename” anything US wants to use on anybody … the country which wages war on ANYONE in their way when it comes to oil , resources and some messed up Sharia version of “democracy” should be made to sit on the sidelines , and the US leaders responsible should be SITTING IN JAIL