By Julian Pecquet - 09/23/13 03:31 PM EDT
Secretary of State John KerryJohn KerryTime for Action on Bahrain When wise men attack: Why Gates is wrong about Clinton, Libya Internal memo: Refugee program vulnerable to fraud MORE is expected to meet with Iran's foreign minister on Thursday at the United Nations, The Associated Press reports.
The meeting would be the first of its kind in many years and is expected to take place on the margins of the U.N. General Assembly in New York City.
Kerry is likely to come in contact with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif during a meeting with a group of six nations who are seeking to negotiate a deal over Iran's nuclear program. The meeting, announced Monday by top European Union diplomat Catherine Ashton, will also include Russia; China; France; Great Britain and Germany.
President Obama could speak with Rouhani briefly during U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's annual luncheon Tuesday, in what would be the first such exchange between leaders of the two countries since they broke off diplomatic relations in 1980.
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