ISTANBUL: Iran has expressed its characters to make concessions in the world bent light lures to curb its nuclear program at talks on Friday, saying he would discuss the suspension of sensitive uranium.
Western leaders suspect Iran is secretly developing nuclear weapons. Tehran says its atomic energy program is peaceful. Two days of talks in Istanbul were a continuation of the negotiations in Geneva last month, the first time in over a year.
Impatient with what some analysts have called on Iran diplomacy zig powers are looking for a clear signal to Tehran that it is prepared to engage in a way that helps build confidence, although there is no substantial progress.
Iran National Security Council issued a statement quoted by Iranian television said the first session of talks was held on Friday in a “positive atmosphere”. Iran nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili is the secretary.
One of the aides Jalili in Istanbul drew a red line round enrichment activities during the meeting. Uranium enriched to low-income food for electricity or turned into a very high level, the fissile core of a nuclear bomb.
“We will not allow anyone to speak through a freeze or suspend its enrichment activities, Iran to discuss at the meeting in Istanbul,” said Abolfazl Zohrevand.
“Until now, this problem was discussed, was not raised or mentioned by the other party,” said Zohrevand.
“Human nuclear Iran can not discuss.”
EU foreign policy chief Ashton is at the head of delegations representing the six major powers – Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United States.
“Nobody expects something great progress, but Iran must show that he is interested in being part of a larger process,” said a diplomat who has begun to open.
Iran’s nuclear dispute with the West have multiplied in recent years with the United Nations to impose new sanctions and Western countries rejected a revised proposal to Iran to swap some of its fuel from the abroad as too little, too late.
“It is very important for Iran to take the negotiations seriously, he is willing to discuss its nuclear program in detail,” the British foreign secretary, William Hague said in a conference back to New Zealand.
“These negotiations are a test of Iran’s readiness to celebrate and to respect its international obligations under the NPT, and in subsequent Security Council resolutions, United Nations,” said Hague.
Iran has ignored the resolutions of the Security Council of the United Nations asking it to suspend enrichment, trade and other benefits in return, and unimpeded access for UN nuclear inspectors.
The prospect of an Iranian nuclear bomb without fear of a wider conflict in the Middle East if the United States or Israel decides to attack, one released last resort option if diplomacy fails.