President Hassan Rouhani has praised Iran’s nuclear team for their efforts in the ongoing talks with the P5+1 group as a senior Iranian negotiator says the main text for an agreement on Tehran's nuclear program is almost complete.
A senior member of the Iranian nuclear negotiating team said the new round of talks with P5+1 over Iran’s nuclear program will be easier than previous ones, unless those trying to sabotage negotiations make it harder.
A senior lawmaker said Sunday the Majlis does not agree that Iran’s nuclear energy program be rolled back, but will continue to support the negotiating team until a final nuclear deal is clinched with world powers.
All participants in Tehran’s talks with the P5+1 international negotiators to settle Iran's nuclear program still have the “political will” to settle the issue within the timeframe agreed upon last November, said a Russian official on Monday.
There were high expectations that Iran and the P5+1 would strike a final deal on Tehran's nuclear energy program in Vienna last week following a year of intense negotiations. However they failed to do so and only extended last year's Geneva deal agreement for another seven months. This is a considerable achievement in itself since it prevents the process from hitting a gridlock.