There is confusion about this issue
Is there an agreement on a meeting or not?
Now Iran has denied the statement in the report of the New York Times about the approval of Tehran to hold face-to-face meeting with the United States to resolve the crisis over Tehran's nuclear program.
Before that, there were reports from the U.S. administration denied the possibility of this meeting
But the Iranian foreign ministers to resolve this issue on the one hand Iran
He said Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi "We do not have any talks or negotiations with the United States."
There is also the U.S. administration described the report as inaccurate
The problem was one of the New York Times
The New York Times confirmed earlier Saturday, citing Obama administration officials said the United States and Iran have agreed to hold direct talks on Iran's nuclear program.
The officials pointed out that this agreement was the result of secret meetings between the two sides.
Are these lies published by the New York Times?
And also strange that the newspaper quoted a senior official in the U.S. administration did not publish his name said the United States had reached an agreement bilateral talks with senior Iranian officials who report to the Supreme Leader Khamenei.
It is known as the United States and other Western powers accuse that Iran's nuclear program is aimed at making nuclear weapons, but Tehran insists that the program is for peaceful purposes.
Where is truth?
Do you play the role of a secret press does not know yet?
Who wants direct talks: Iran or America and the West?
Who is the strongest: Iran or America and the West?
Is weak: Iran or America and the West?