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Topic - Mohammad Javad Zarif
Iran's foreign minister said that Tehran is ready to eliminate fears that a reactor it is building could be used to make atomic arms, as his country and six world powers adjourned their nuclear talks Wednesday.
Tehran may have a new ally when Iran nuclear talks reconvene Tuesday - the Ukraine crisis. U.S.-Russian tensions over Ukraine could fray the search for consensus on what Iran needs to do to ease fears it could make atomic arms.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif wants the world to know that the country's nuclear program will be going nowhere.
Iran and six world powers ended the opening round of nuclear talks on an upbeat note Thursday, with both sides saying they had agreed on a plan for further negotiations meant to produce a comprehensive deal to set limits on Tehran's nuclear ambitions.
Hard-line Iranian lawmakers are accusing President Hassan Rouhani of halting a scheduled missile exercise, the state news agency said Sunday.
Iran's foreign minister said that Western economic sanctions on the Islamic republic's disputed nuclear program have "utterly failed."
Secretary of State John Kerry is heading to Geneva to join negotiations about Iran's nuclear program, the State Department announced Friday, raising expectations that a deal to curb Tehran's nuclear program could be in the works.
The foreign minister in Iran wants to take a more phased-in approach to discussing the nation's nuclear development program and reaching compromise with the international community.
A semiofficial news agency in Iran says hackers gained access to the Facebook page of the country's foreign minister and made comments about the country's 2009 election.
When the last round of high-level negotiations ended on April 9, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said his country and the six powers were in "50 to 60 percent agreement" on the shape of a deal.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said "The Holocaust is not a myth. Nobody's talking about a myth,"