- Published: Thursday, 09 October 2014 10:24
By INU staff
INU - Various news outlets such as Reuters reported on Wednesday that negotiations over Iran’s disputed nuclear program are set to resume next week in Vienna. However, indications are that the talks scheduled for October 14-15 will not involve all seven parties, but will largely be between Iran and the United States. This is perhaps unsurprising since it has formerly been reported that the multi-party talks had largely become a contest between those two rival nations. The US position is effectively backed up by Britain, France, and Germany, while Iran is supported by Russia and China.