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MUNICH, February 02, (ITAR-TASS). Iran will come for next round of talks on its nuclear programme with the political will to achieve agreement, Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif told the Munich Security Conference.
“Today, I had a meeting with the US Secretary of State John Kerry, other foreign ministers of the UN Security Council’s permanent members, with Catherine Ashton /the EU High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/, and I believe on February 18 in Vienna we should start talks on the next stage, and I can promise to you that we shall come to those talks with political will to achieve agreement,” he said.
“We have begun the process, we have met the requirements, and the US now should do what is expected from it,” Zarif said. “It would have been silly to begin the process and to terminate it afterwards.