Tehran: Iran`s top nuclear negotiator Saeed
Jalili said on Tuesday that Tehran could resume talks from
September 1 with world powers over its atomic programme if its
conditions were met.
Iran`s state news agency IRNA said that Jalili in a
letter to European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton
said that Tehran needs three questions answered by world
powers before it can consider resuming talks.
On June 28, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad declared a two
month freeze on talks with world powers over Iran`s
controversial nuclear programme, saying it was a "penalty"
after the UN levied fresh sanctions on Tehran.