After days of conflicting reports regarding the venue for nuclear talks between Iran and the G5+1, it has finally been announced that the talks will take place in two countries: Turkey and Iraq.
Iranian media report that the office of the Supreme Council of National Security has announced that the first round of talks will take place in Turkey and the second round in Iraq.
The first round will be held on Saturday April 14, and the date of the next round will be announced at that meeting.
EU representatives had announced that the talks would take place in Istanbul, but Iran has had a falling out with Turkey over the Syrian crisis. Despite its earlier agreement to hold the talks in Turkey, Iran had suggested other venues for the talks.
Iraq, as well as Syria, China and Kazakhstan were suggested as other possible venues.