Zarif: 90% progress in Geneva nuclear negotiations

Nasim—Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told that Iran and the P5+1 countries have progressed 90% to achieve a nuclear deal during last two talks in Geneva and there are only a 10% discussion to solve the differences.

According to an Iranian MP, while briefing the lawmakers of Geneva talks, Zarif has confirmed that the country’s negotiating team follow the previous “bases” in their attempts to achieve an agreement with the west, while some approaches have changed.

He has blamed the Zionist Regime of Israel for a delay in the negotiations, while expressing hope that the differences will be resolved quickly in near future.

Iran’s top diplomat finally stressed that Iran will not accept any aggression, or compromising the country’s interest and rights.

By Nasim Online 


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