Iran Confirms Indirect Talks With U.S. in Oman

By Hamodia Staff

Iran confirmed Sunday that it held indirect talks with the United States in Oman, despite the absence of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

The discussions come amid longstanding tensions between Washington and Tehran, primarily over Iran’s disputed nuclear program and the ongoing Gaza war between their respective allies, Israel and Hamas.

On Friday, Axios reported that U.S. and Iranian officials engaged in indirect talks in Oman aimed at preventing further regional escalation.

Iran’s official news agency, IRNA, reported that “the representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations confirmed indirect negotiations between Iran and the United States in Oman.” The representative stated that “these negotiations were not the first and will not be the last,” but did not provide specific details about the timing and location of the talks.

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