Home > News > World
Thursday September 4, 2014 MYT 6:07:01 PM
Thursday September 4, 2014 MYT 6:08:03 PM
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - World powers and Iran will hold a new round of nuclear talks in New York on Sept. 18, European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said on Wednesday.
Ashton's office added the New York talks will be preceded by bilateral meetings at the level of political directors.
"The E3/Iran bilateral will take place in Vienna on 11 September (at PD level)," said Michael Mann, spokesman for EU High Representative Catherine Ashton.
Iran and the United States began bilateral nuclear talks in Geneva on Thursday, the second time the two sides have met since Iran and six world powers failed to meet a July 20 deadline to resolve differences in the long-standing dispute.
(Reporting by Martin Santa)
Six powers, Iran to begin new nuclear talks on February 18
Nuclear deal elusive as Iran, six powers resume talks in New York
Russia says seeking nuclear talks with Iran by end-January
New Iran nuclear talks more likely in February - diplomat
Iran takes charm offensive to U.N., agrees to nuclear talks
Scores arrested as Ferguson protests spread to other U.S. cities
OPEC heading for no output cut despite oil price plunge
Argentine presidential aspirant Massa says would cut back state controls
Egypt plans blanket anti-terrorism law against 'disrupting order'
Stigma and isolation haunt South Korean families of convicted ferry crew
IAEA says needs more money to monitor extended Iran nuclear deal
Dasha Logan, daughter of late Alleycats singer, scores on British music charts
Swimming - WADA may appeal Sun's three-month doping ban
Copyright © 1995-2014 Star Publications (M) Bhd (Co No 10894-D)