Iran has the right to a peaceful enrichment program under international protocols, Iranian nuclear negotiator Ali Asghar Soltanieh said from Kazakhstan.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice said the latest IAEA report on Iran shows the Tehran nuclear issue poses a grave international threat.
The top Iranian nuclear negotiator said another round of talks with delegates from the International Atomic Energy Agency is set for Feb. 12.
Iran's foreign ministry says its planned international conference on nuclear disarmament in Tehran has been widely welcomed.
A senior Iranian cleric said Saturday the country will not be forced to give up its nuclear enrichment program by a resolution from a U.N. watchdog agency.
Iran is open to future negotiations on obtaining access to medical-grade uranium, but will produce its own if necessary, the nation's nuclear envoy said.
Israeli and Iranian representatives spoke directly to each other for the first time in 30 years during a nuclear summit in Cairo, media reports Thursday said.
An Iranian nuclear negotiator tells The Washington Post upcoming talks including the United States are a "new window of opportunity."
Iran called for a ban on attacks against nuclear facilities and proposed a fall conference to enact one, an Iranian envoy said Friday.
Iran plans to diversify its export strategy for natural resources to move away from commitments to crude oil as officials predict static market conditions.