Iran says will meet world powers again soon in Geneva
GENEVA Oct 16 (Reuters) - Iran and six world powers will hold a follow-up round of nuclear negotiations in a few weeks' time in Geneva, the Islamic Republic's foreign minister said in a post on his Facebook account on Wednesday.
Mohammad Javad Zarif made the comment during the second day of an Oct. 15-16 meeting between Iran and the United States, Russia, France, Britain, Germany and China - known as the P5+1 group - in Geneva aimed at coming up with ways out of a decade-long standoff over Tehran's disputed atomic activities.
"The talks will continue in a few weeks in Geneva and during this period the members of the P5+1 will have a chance to acquire the necessary readiness regarding the details of Iran's plans and the steps that they must take," Zarif said.
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