The building of the Permanent Mission of the European Union to the United Nations Office in Geneva is seen on January 9, 2014. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI
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World powers and Iran will very likely meet again on Tehran's nuclear ambitions in February, shortly after a six-month deal restricting its atomic work goes into effect, a diplomatic source told Reuters on Monday.The interim six-month agreement, which freezes Iran's most sensitive atom work in return for some sanctions relief, is scheduled to go into effect on Jan. 20, pending verification by the International Atomic Energy Agency that Tehran is meeting its end of the deal.Russia's Foreign Ministry issued a statement on Monday welcoming a weekend decision by the six powers and Iran to set Jan. 20 as the date to implement the interim accord.Russia and Iran are also negotiating an oil-for-goods swap worth $1.5 billion a month, sources have told Reuters.
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