The United Nations (UN has confirmed that talks with Iran over its nuke programme will resume in Vienna next month. Gill Tudor, spokeswoman for the IAEA, said the meeting would take place on 14-15 May at the Iranian embassy in Vienna.
“The purpose is to continue the negotiations started early this year,” Tudor told Reuters.
The UN negotiations follow a resumption of talks between Iran and United States, Russia, China, Germany, France and Britain, which took place in Turkey earlier this month. Representatives of the seven countries are due to meet again in Baghdad on 23 May.