January 26, 2011
Washington (CNN) — There was one silver lining in the two days of talks with Iran over Tehran’s nuclear activities.
“The food was excellent,” one Western diplomat said.
But aside from the pleasing hospitality, little progress was made by the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China to come up with a solution to stopping Iran’s quest for nukes, according to diplomats briefed on the meeting.
The previous meeting between world powers with Iran’s lead negotiator, Saeed Jalili, in Geneva, Switzerland, in December failed to exceed the low expectations that were set, the diplomats all said.