Iran and the European Union’s chief negotiators agreed on Saturday to resume talks on suspending uranium enrichment in two weeks, after Tehran ruled out freezing its program in talks that included the United States for the first time. After the meeting European Union Envoy Javier Solana said the meeting was constructive but added ” the reply to the answer I was looking for has not come clearly,”. Iranian negotiator Saeed Jalili said Tehran would remain constructive, but asked that Western powers not turn away from negotiations. But Undersecretary of State William Burns left Geneva without making public comment On her way to Abu Dhabi for a meeting with Arab foreign ministers US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice accused Iran of stalling, “It’s time for the Iranians to give a serious answer.” In Tehran the reactions were more upbeat, President Ahmadinejad saying the talks were a “step forward” and newspaper headlines talking of optimism. Babak Yektafar of Washington Prism says talked the talks were upstaged by the first ever meeting Between high level representative from Tehran and Washington.