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TEHERAN, October 22 (Itar-Tass) - Meeting of experts from Iran and the six negotiating countries (five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany) will be held after negotiations between Teheran and the International Atomic Energy Agency, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Aragchi told the Iranian news agency IRNA Tuesday.
He indicated that the Iranian delegation and IAEA officials were expected to hold talks in Vienna October 28-29 and the Iranian delegation would be led by the country’s permanent representative to the agency, Reza Najafi.
The place where the experts from Iran and the six negotiating countries were to meet would be made public Tuesday or Wednesday but the choice would fall on Vienna or Geneva in most probability, he said.
Najafi said at the same time that a regular round of talks between Iran and the six countries would be held in Geneva November 7-8.