Iran and six world powers have agreed the framework of a potentially historic deal aimed at curbing Tehran's nuclear drive.
US President Barack Obama told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that a framework nuclear deal between Iran and world powers represented "significant progress."
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the international community had never "been so close to an agreement preventing Iran from having nuclear weapons".
All-night nuclear talks between Iran and major powers made "significant progress," but there is no "final result yet."
Russian Foreign Minister said early that global powers had reached an agreement in principle on "all key aspects" of the outlines of an Iranian nuclear deal.
US Secretary of State John Kerry saidhe and his global counterparts were going to work deep into the night seeking to resolve the remaining "tricky issues".
US Secretary of State John Kerry said that talks on Iran's disputed nuclear programme have made progress, but there were still "important gaps" to overcome.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Washington for a "historic" quest to stop a "bad" international nuclear deal with Iran sought by the US.
US Secretary of State John Kerry will meet next week with his Russian and Iranian counterparts seeking an end to fighting in Ukraine and to advance a nuclear deal with Iran.
The European Union's foreign policy chief said an Iran nuclear deal was "at hand" and urged different sides to show political will ahead of a new round of talks.
Russia voiced confidence that world powers and Iran would be able to reach a comprehensive accord over Tehran's disputed nuclear programme by a June 30 final deadline.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and top US diplomat John Kerry will meet in Geneva this week for talks on Tehran's nuclear programme.
President of Kazakhstan has spoken about the importance of putting join efforts into strengthening of the international security.
Israeli Prime Minister admitted he has a "profound disagreement" with President Barack Obama over efforts by the US and world powers to resolve the Iranian nuclear issue.
Secretary of State John Kerry stressed to his Iranian counterpart that the US aimed to meet a late March deadline for a deal reining in Iran's nuclear programme.
January 23 Tengrinews.kz reported that Kazakhstan had started talks with Toshiba, owner of Westinghouse, to construct its first nuclear power plant. As early as in March the sides might sign an agreement on supplying a $3.7 billion reactor capable of 1 gigawatt.
According to Russia’s Kommersant, yesterday Chairman of the Board and Director Masashi Muromachi officially confirmed the talks with Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan is planning to build two nuclear power plants and dispose waste at the Semipalatinsk Test Site.
Kazakhstan is launching a nuclear power development initiative. Its first move is to change the legislation.
Germany's foreign minister said no more deadlines must be missed in the Iran nuclear negotiations which had entered "a decisive phase."