Vienna, June 20, IRNA – Member of Iranˈs negotiating team said that talks between Iran and Group 5+1 still continues and will continue on Friday, too.
The diplomat, who asked not to be named, told IRNA on Thursday evening that talks are intensive, which indicates both sidesˈ interest in progress.
A number of media are reporting that talks have reached a deadlock, asked the reporter, the official answered that there are differences, but we are negotiating on compiling the text of comprehensive common act and stalemate is not mooted at all.
As senior member of Iranˈs negotiating team Abbas Araqchi had said the most difficult phase of talks is devising a time table to remove sanctions, because steps taken by the two sides should be balanced.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif had already said that the process of talks is very difficult and takes time.
He said that upon accepted procedure, the two sides start to compile the text, agreed cases are clear, but the differences would be written in parentheses, to be discussed later.
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