Iranian Ambassador in Kazakhstan Gorban Seyfi said Tuesday that the next talks on the nuclear program between Iran and five permanent members of UN Security Council plus Germany, namely the P5+1 group, may be held in Kazakhstan
"We consider that there is no need for all important international actions to take place in European countries, such as Geneva, Vienna, Paris when countries in the region, including Kazakhstan, have all the potential for holding similar actions," he told a press conference in Astana.
According to him, two previous rounds of talks had been successfully held in Almaty.
"At the end of the second round, Mr. Saeed Jalili, chairman of National council of safety and Iran's chief negotiator, declared that Iran is not against holding the third round of talks in Kazakhstan. We will wait for the decision of the main negotiators of P5+1 group," Seyfi added.
On April 6, Iran and the P5+1 group held nuclear talks in Almaty, with no practical results achieved.