Persian state television this morning announced that nuclear talks between Iran and foreign states will resume in early September.
The last round of talks, held in Vienna, ended on July 20th after neither Iran or the six other countries present came to an agreement on the issues discussed.
Iran claims it is developing nuclear technologies for energy uses but many outside of the region fear that it may be enriching uranium for the use of nuclear weaponry.
The six states that will attend the talks; the US, France, China, Germany, Russia and Great Britain, are demanding that Iran significantly reduces its uranium enrichment programme and many have placed sanctions on Iran until it complies with demands. Iran wants sanctions lifted and has still claims that its uranium programme cannot be used for constructive purposes.