Araqchi made the remarks here at the end of the Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif press conference.
He noted that the gap between the two parties of the talks was still wide but stressed that both sides were now positioned in a track which would lead to settling the differences.
The diplomat stressed that the Group of 5+1 has accepted the overall framework of Tehran’s new proposal to settle differences but said we should wait for their practical measures.
Asked to comment on the level and form of the next round of Irans talks with the 5+1 due in Geneval on Novemeber 7-8, he said Irans Zarif and the European Union Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton will be present in the talks.
Araqchi further referred to Uranium enrichment as Irans redline in the negotiations, adding that Iran could still negotiate over the level and the volume of enrichment.