US, Iran enage in indirect talks on Middle East security — news outlet

The US and Iran held ‘indirect talks’ in Oman this week on preventing the escalation of tensions in the Middle East, SİA reports citing the Axios news outlet.

According to it, National Security Council coordinator for the Middle East and North Africa Brett McGurk and Acting US Special Envoy for Iran Abram Paley took part in the consultations from the US side. It is not known who participated in the consultations from the Iranian side, the news outlet added. According to it, the consultations were devoted to discussing the possible "consequences of Iran and its proxies" in the region, as well as "US concerns about Tehran's nuclear program."

The Axios news outlet pointed out that such consultations were held for the first time since January 2024, when similar talks were held in Oman. According to it, the indirect US-Iran talks in Oman took place "more than a month" after Tehran launched a massive missile and drone attack on Israel on April 13.

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