Substantive Talks With Iran In Vienna
She said: “We had substantive and useful discussions covering a set of issues including uranium enrichment, the Arak reactor, civil nuclear cooperation and sanctions”.
The new gathering in Vienna was the second in a series aiming to transform by July a November interim deal into a lasting accord that resolves for good the decade-old standoff and silences talk of war. The world powers want the nearly finished reactor at Arak, southwest of Tehran, to be destroyed or converted to a type that produces less plutonium, a material that could be used to make nuclear weapons.
Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif said that Tehran is ready to eliminate fears that a reactor it is building could be used to make atomic arms, as his country and six world powers adjourned their nuclear talks Wednesday.