Tehran (IP) - Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman stressed that there had been no direct talks with the US in the Austrian capital.

Iran PressIran news: Iran's Spokesman for Ministry of Foreign affairs in his weekly presser held on Monday in response to a question about the claims made by the US National Security Adviser that he had sent a direct message to Iran about its nuclear program, said: "We have not had any direct talks with the United States in the Vienna talks."

ّFrom the begining of the Iran's nuclear talks, some messages On negotiating issues have been recieved in written and unwritten form throuth the European Union representative, Enrique Mora, and we answered them quickly. 

Khatibzadeh also said about the arrest of 9 Iranian Kurdish citizens by Turkey and their extradition to the Syrian opposition that the details provide in this regard caould not be approved adding: "The issue was also discussed during the Turkish Foreign Minister's visit and it is still being pursued."Iran's top diplomat also said about the news published about the Iranian ambassador to Yemen: "Relations between Iran and Ansarullah are strong. Iran remains committed to helping the Yemeni people by all political and economic means.

In response to a question about the approach of the three European countries, Khatibzadeh said: "Three European countries entered the media campaigns and the information was given incorrectly and fabricated."

Two agreed texts; result of intensive talks in Vienna

Khatibzadeh went on to highlight:  "Today we have two new agreed texts that are the result of very intensive dialogues that have taken place over the past few days in Vienna with a few days of intervals. These are texts in which Iran's views have been included along with previous texts, and now we have texts on the basis of which we will continue future discussions."

Fabricated claims about al-Qaeda leaders

Khatibzadeh also commented on the US claim that Iran had allegedly settled al-Qaeda leaders, saying: "These are claims that periodically appear on autopilots and are published from time to time, and it is not necessary to respond to this baseless claim."


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