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TEHRAN – Iran’s top nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili and EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana agreed on Monday to pursue talks aimed at resolving the nuclear crisis, state television reported.
Their telephone talks came just days after European Union nations last week introduced fresh sanctions against Iran over its atomic drive, which Western nations fear could be a cover for a secret nuclear weapons program.
“The two sides agreed to continue negotiations in a constructive atomsphere,” the television said. “Solana and Jalili voiced satisfaction at the constructive trend of negotiations in Geneva and the contacts afterwards.”
In Brussels, Solana’s office confirmed the conversation but gave no details.