Friday, August 15, 2014

Early Iran-P5+1 Nuclear Deal Unlikely - Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said it is unlikely that Iran and the P5+1 will reach a final nuclear deal before the four-month extension period for talks between the two sides expires.

“If a general agreement is reached on different issues in the nuclear talks, we still need more time to negotiate the details. Therefore, it is unlikely that we will reach a final deal earlier than the four-month deadline of the talks,” Zarif said on Friday. (IRNA/Press TV)

The two sides will meet ahead of UN General Assembly meeting in New York in September.


Anonymous said...

Will these negotiations ever reach an end ?

Anonymous said...

no deal= more sanctions.

not more negotiations.

Anonymous said...

Are these actually negotiations or simply a restating of each sides positions/demands as the last lot of "negotiations" were.

Anonymous said...

Yes,with the end of khameini and the anti-Iran regime.

Anonymous said...

It's called "let the dog chase its tail".