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Britain: Nuclear deal with Iran coming soon

Britain: Nuclear deal with Iran coming soon

Stephanie Al-Ghack, the head of the British delegation involved in the negotiations on the Vienna Atomic Energy Agreement, announced the parties involved in the talks on Friday. Nuclear deal With IranIs close to reaching an agreement.

Al-Ghaz said on his Twitter account, “We are close to an agreement. European Troika negotiators (Germany And thisFrance And thisUnited KingdomThey are due to leave Vienna soon to brief ministers on the situation. We look forward to seeing you soon. “

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Earlier in the day, Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdullahian stressed the need for the West to adhere to the Red Line before reaching a nuclear deal.

Abdullahian, in a telephone conversation with EU foreign policy chief Joseph Borel, welcomed the soon-to-be-reached final agreement, stressing that “the presence of foreign ministers in Vienna and the announcement of the final agreement are in full agreement.” Along with the red lines announced by Iran, it includes the following: “This is a matter of effective economic guarantees,” the Iranian news agency IRNA reported.

A source familiar with the Vienna talks between Iran and the “4 + 1” group said that the contentious issues between Iran and the United States were still open.

The source added to the official Iranian news agency, “There can be no agreement without agreement on everything,” citing reports that the outcome of the talks is near.

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Mikhail Ulyanov, chairman of the Russian delegation, wrote in a tweet on Twitter: “A long and difficult marathon, now almost over.”

Rafael Crossi, director of the International Atomic Energy Agency, has confirmed that he will visit Iran tomorrow (Saturday) as part of efforts to secure a nuclear deal. The Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency says he will visit Iran tomorrow (Saturday) as part of efforts to secure a nuclear deal.