The troika of the European Union (EU) (Britain, France and Germany) and Iran decided on Wednesday to continue their nuclear talks after one-day discussions in Paris on Iran's nuclear program.
According to a European diplomat, the negotiations proceeded in "a positive and constructive climate".
Sirus Nasseri, negotiator of Iran, said that there was no final agreement reached on Wednesday but "there will be a further discussion within the next weeks," adding that each party continues to have its own stand.
No exact date was unveiled for the following negotiations.
According to Nasseri, Iran has made it clear that it waits for firm guarantees from the troika.
On the eve of the discussions, an Iranian high official, Hossein Mussavian, reiterated Tuesday that Iran would not give up on uranium enrichment.
On Wednesday, Ali Agha Mohammadi, spokesman of the Supreme national council of Iranian security, said "in the ongoing negotiations, we are expecting to reach to an agreement on these firm and objective guarantees on the issue of the enrichment resumption."
The United States wants Iran to abandon its nuclear program that Washington believes to have a military nature.
(Xinhua News Agency March 24, 2005)