At Nuclear Talks in Turkey, Iran and Six Nations Agree to Meet Again in Iraq

April 15, 2012


Steven Erlanger


New York Times

Iran and the members of the P5+1 (Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia, and the United States) met in Turkey to discuss Iran's nuclear program, the first such meeting in some 15 months. The meeting was intended to test Iran's willingness to negotiate; no concrete proposals were discussed. The two sides agreed to meet for additional talks in Baghdad on May 23.