The highest-level talks on Iran’s nuclear programme for at least six years have been held at the United Nations in New York.
US Secretary of State John Kerry met Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Diplomats from the P5+1 group – China, Russia, Britain, France and Germany – were also present at the talks.
They agreed to hold substantive talks on the issue in the Swiss city of Geneva, beginning on 15 October.
Following the meeting, Mr Kerry said he was pleased that Mr Zarif “put possibilities on the table”, but said a lot of work remained to be done and that…
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