In a ceremony held in the central city Isfahan on Wednesday, Abdolhamid Asadian, the Director General of the Trade Promotion Organization for European and American Trade, said that there has been tremendous progress and constructive negotiations since Iran and the six world powers have resumed their talks over Tehran’s nuclear energy program. A lot of positive attitude has been shown towards Iran in the International community.
He also noted that a number of European companies are visiting or planning to visit Iran as part of this recent positive trend.
The first round of the expert level talks between Iran and the P5 (Britain, China, Russia, US & France) + Germany, which are being held in the Austrian capital Vienna, came to an end on Wednesday. Hamid Ba’eedinejad, the Iranian Foreign Ministry’s director general for political affair, led the team of Iran’s seven experts.
The P5 + Germany and Iran were involved in a two days negotiation talks over Tehran’s nuclear program in Geneva, Switzerland, from October 15-16.
The two said had reached a consensus of having expert level talks before their next meeting in the Swiss city from November 7th to 8th.
Iran has been repeatedly accused by US and some other of its allies of pursuing military objective in its Tehran nuclear program, and has also been imposing illegal sanctions against Tehran.
Iran has constantly rejected these allegations, pointing out to the fact that it is a committed member of the International Atomic Energy Agency and also a signatory to the Non-Proliferation Treaty, so it is entitled to develop nuclear technology for constructive purposes.