About  |  contact  |  Search  |  RSS
Last Update: 1 Hour and 18 Minute ago
News code: 19135
Published Date: Monday 21 May 2012 - 18:24:55
Print 

Iran's FM Hopeful about Good Outcomes of Baghdad Talks

Iran's FM Hopeful about Good Outcomes of Baghdad Talks
IRAN  - Iran's Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi expressed the hope that the Wednesday talks in Baghdad between Iran and the six world powers would entail good results as it was the case in the April 14 talks in Istanbul.

Speaking at a meeting with Turkey's Minister of Development Cevdet Yilmaz, Salehi pointed to the previous round of the talks between Iran and the Group 5+1 (the five permanent UN Security Council members plus Germany) in the Turkish city of Istanbul and described its atmosphere and results as "positive".

He further hoped for similar good results in the upcoming round of talks in Baghdad.

The Iranian official underlined that the positive atmosphere reigning the talks between Iran and the six world powers in Istanbul last month could continue in their Baghdad meeting if the western countries show a balanced behavior and recognize Iran's nuclear rights.

In Istanbul the two sides accepted to focus on the NPT (nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty) as an axis and a principle for dialogue.

Further in the meeting, the two minister also conferred on Tehran-Ankara bilateral ties, and discussed attraction of foreign investment, expansion of relations between the two countries' private sectors and expansion of cultural and scientific ties between the two countries' cultural and academic institutes.

News Code: 19135
Published Date: Monday 21 May 2012 - 18:24:55
No Comment,Be the first one who comments.
Comments

Name

email  

website

Comment  

Security code [*]: Please enter correct answer in security box.:

 = 6-2

Opinion
Assassination of Gen. Solaymani, grave violation of Int. law
Assassination of Gen. Solaymani, grave violation of Int. law
Amir Biparva, PhD in Public International Law
What's All the Buzz About 2019 Iran Gasoline Protests?
What's All the Buzz About 2019 Iran Gasoline Protests?
Alireza Hashemi, Iranian journalist
Pompeo’s hatred of Iran arises from his deep-rooted Islamophobia
Pompeo’s hatred of Iran arises from his deep-rooted Islamophobia
Yuram Abdullah Weiler, US-based political critic and writer
How Iran's Protests Are Different from Iraq, Lebanon
How Iran's Protests Are Different from Iraq, Lebanon
Hamidreza Gholamzadeh, head of Peace Sprit Foundation