Mohammad Javad Zarif

Kerry, Zarif hold nuclear talks as deadline looms

John Kerry and Mohammad Javad Zarif

Geneva : US Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart today took a walk by Lake Geneva and then began intense talks here on Tehran's nuclear programme to remove the "significant gaps" that remain ahead of a key deadline.

The bilateral talks between Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif Zarif and Kerry have begun while the P5+1 ?- China, Russia, the UK, the US, France and Germany -- were to meet as a group later.

Ali Akbar Salehi, the director of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organisation and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's brother and close aide Hossein Fereydoon along with US Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz made their maiden appearance in the talks signalling that the deal is entering a sensitive stage.

Iran minister calls on Vice President Ansari

Mohammad-Javad-ZarifNew Delhi, Feb 28 : Iran External Affairs Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who is on a two-day visit to India to boost mutual cooperation on energy, port and transit of goods, met Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari here on Friday.

Zarif is in India to hold bilateral talks as well as regional and international issues with the country's officials during his visit.

The two nations will boost cooperation in the fields of oil and banking.

Iranian FM says country serious about nuke talks with West

Mohammad-Javad-ZarifWashington, Feb 3 : Iranian foreign minister has said his country is prepared to move ahead in negotiations over its nuclear programme.

Mohamad Javad Zarif assured Western diplomats that Iran has the political will and good faith to reach a 'balanced' long-term agreement.

According to Politico, Zarif told a gathering of the world's top diplomats and security officials that Iran and Western nations were just beginning to build the trust necessary for a long-term agreement.

Proper dialogue necessary to resolve nuclear issue: Iran

Mohammad-Javad-ZarifTehran, Sep 21 : Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said his country seeks to engage in proper interaction with the world to settle the dispute over its nuclear issue.

The minister, currently in New York for the annual session of the UN General Assembly, made the remarks Thursday during a meeting with a number of senior diplomats and ambassadors to the UN, Iran's Mehr news agency reported Saturday.

We condemn use of chemical weapons by anyone: Iran

Mohammad-Javad-ZarifTehran, Sep 2 : Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif Monday said his country believes that use of chemical weapons in any form and by anyone is condemnable.

He made the remark in a telephone conversation with his Venezuelan counterpart Elias Jaua Milano, reported IRNA.

The Iranian foreign minister lauded the anti-war stands of the Latin American countries and called for further expansion of Tehran-Caracas bilateral relations.

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