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P5+1 FMs hold meeting in attempt to reach nuclear deal – source

A source close to the negotiating process says the foreign ministers of the P5+1 are holding the coordination meeting in Vienna as they are trying to reach a comprehensive nuclear deal with Tehran.

VIENNA, (Sputnik) — The foreign ministers of the P5+1 are holding the coordination meeting in Vienna as they are trying to reach a comprehensive nuclear deal with Tehran, a source close to the negotiating process told Sputnik early Tuesday.

On Monday, the ministers held a number of meetings in different formats, including a coordination meeting of the sextet.

The announcement of the deal is widely expected on Tuesday morning, as several sources confirmed to Sputnik. However, there are reports that it could take a couple of days to strike the deal.

Iran and the P5+1 group of international negotiators, including the United Kingdom, Germany, China, France, Russia, and the United States are working on the final details of a comprehensive agreement on Tehran’s nuclear program.

The final accord was due to be signed on June 30, but the deadline has been repeatedly postponed.

By Sputnik