Iran nuclear talks begin next week in Vienna
Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (left) meets state John Kerry for talks in Vienna over Tehran's nuclear programm. [AFP]
Iran and major powers are set to hold multilateral and bilateral nuclear talks in coming days in Vienna, Iran's foreign ministry said on Wednesday.
"I think that we will have bilateral and multilateral talks before the end of the next week in Vienna," ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham said when asked when Iran and its negotiating partners would next meet.
She was speaking at a news conference carried live on state television. The discussions are aimed at settling a dispute over Tehran's nuclear work.