SHAFAQNA – Iranian nuclear team left Tehran Friday morning to join Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif who is scheduled to attend Munich Security Conference.
Zarif was transfering flights in Dubai in the conclusion of his four-nation trip to Africa.
Abbas Araqchi, Majid Takht Ravanchi, Hamid Baeedinezhad, Davood Mohammadnia, Mohammad Amiri and Pazhman Rahimian are the members of the Iranian nuclear negotiations team.
The Munich Security Conference will be held February 6-8, in the German city of Bavaria.
It could be the venue for further talks on Tehranˈs nuclear program between Iran and six world powers (US, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany)
Zarif is scheduled to join his American, German and French counterparts at a panel discussion on Iran at the Munich Security Conference on Sunday, organizers announced earlier.
Hundreds of leading decision-makers and prominent senior analysts from dozens of countries are slated to participate at the confab to dwell on various top political and security issues, notably terrorism, the Ukrainian conflict and the Mideast crisis hotspots.
Some 20 heads of states and governments as well as 60 foreign and defense ministers are expected to take part in the security meeting in the southern German city, widely regarded as the top annual gathering of political movers and shakers on global strategic issues.
Meanwhile, Zarif told reporters that he is to conduct detailed and inclusive bilateral talks with all parties involved in Munich meeting.
Noting that talks will be held on the sidelines of Munich Security Conference, he said he will also have meetings with other countries which have requested bilateral discussions with Iran.