(QHA) - A fresh round of talks aimed at easing international concerns over Iran's nuclear program is set to start on November 7.
Officials from Iran and six world powers known as the P5+1 - the United States, Russia, France, Britain, China and Germany - will meet for two days of negotiations in Geneva, Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty informs.
Diplomats say the P5+1 wants Iran to place some limits on its nuclear program in exchange for an easing of some international sanctions.
As reported, the world powers want Iran to curtail its uranium enrichment program and slow work on the nuclear reactor under construction in Arak.
The talks getting under way in Geneva are the second such encounter since Hassan Rohani took office as president of Iran in August. He has since pushed for the lifting of sanctions and for improving relations with the West.
Tehran has repeatedly denied it is using its nuclear program to secretly develop nuclear weapons as the West suspects.