In this May 28, 2019 photo, Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi speaks at a media conference in Tehran, Iran.  Iran remains open to diplomacy to save its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers but has "no hope" in the international…
In this May 28, 2019 photo, Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi speaks at a media conference in Tehran, Iran.

GENEVA - Talks between Iran and the United States would be possible if based on an agenda that could lead to tangible results, but Washington is not seeking dialogue, Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi said on Monday.

U.S. President Donald Trump has said he would be willing to hold talks with the Islamic Republic.

"Dialogue and negotiation can be held when we have a certain agenda in place and when we could get some tangible and practical results out of it," Mousavi said in a news conference broadcast live on Press TV.

He added: "They are not for talks. They are not seeking dialogue."

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