After two days of negotiation stretching to midnight from morning, the only thing that was decided was to meet in Moscow next month.
Iranian team called the talks useless and initially threatened to leave, but Ashton convinced them to stay. The Iranian team also called western offer to stop enrichment for air craft spare parts a joke.
But Ashton insisted that talks were useful despite disagreements and had a "one to one" and "private" meeting with Jalili alone. It was then proposed by Europeans to set the avenue for next talk in Geneva but Iranians refused and instead said that they could only fly as far as Moscow. So it was agreed in Moscow next month.
Iran said that it will not agree to stop 20% enrichment without removal of sanctions. But western teams were saying that once sanctions are applied, it is very difficult to impossible to remove sanctions. The only thing the west could offer was to soften the future sanctions on their way. Iran rejected and and now the rest of talk will be done in Moscow.
I guess the Moscow talks will be extended to Beijing and then from there to Damascus.