Six world powers, US, China, Russia, France, the UK and Germany, have gathered in Geneva in a bid to reach an agreement with Iran over its disputed nuclear programme and there are expectations that there could be a breakthrough deal when the talks resume.
Intense negotiations were due to resume on Wednesday between Iran and world powers, seeking a landmark breakthrough over Tehran`s nuclear programme that also satisfies hardliners in Washington, Israel and the Islamic republic.
China`s president told his Iranian counterpart to "seize the opportunity" to improve relations with world powers, as diplomats head to Geneva hoping to clinch a preliminary deal to ease a nuclear dispute between Tehran and the West.
Iran`s Atomic Energy Organisation rubbished Tuesday the allegations by an exiled Iranian opposition group about existence of a hidden underground site for military nuclear purposes inside the country, Xinhua reported.
Iran`s uranium enrichment activities is an inalienable right endorsed by the Nuclear Non- Proliferation Treaty (NPT) of which the Islamic republic is a signatory country, Iranian government said Sunday.