World powers and Iran have agreed to meet again at the end of January for another round of nuclear talks.
Istanbul to host new round of Iran nuclear talks
GENEVA // World powers and Iran have agreed to meet at the end of January in Istanbul for a next round of nuclear talks, when they plan to discuss “cooperation and find common points,” a member of the Iranian delegation said on Tuesday.
"The negotiations will resume in at the end of January in Istanbul to discuss co-operation and find common points," said the official.
Talks in Geneva, which ended Tuesday after a scheduled two days, brought together the European Union's top diplomat, Catherine Ashton, and Iran's chief negotiator Jalili, as well as officials from Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United States at the Swiss UN mission building.