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Iran Nuclear talk to resume next month - report

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A meeting between the Iranian regime and the six world poweers is very likely to take place around the United Nations General Assembly, said Abbas Araghchi, an regime's deputy foreign minister, state-run IRNA news agency reported.

He said his regime would “seize the opportunity” provided by the UN General Assembly when foreign leaders and their delegations meet in September in New York City.

On August 1 Abbas Araqchi that the regime is looking for its nuclear rights to be recognized and that the regime’s only criterion in making decisions will be its needs.

He said: “Any agreement about Arak or Fordow is denied. No agreement has so far been reached about the issues under discussion, including these two sites, and the differences still remain.”

These statements were made following remarks by Undersecretary of State Wendy Sherman in hearings before the U.S. House and Senate on July 29, in which she outlined certain American positions regarding an acceptable agreement.