The Nuclear talks in Iran has reached the final phase but the agreement is yet to be signed as the finer details of the provisional agreement are still being worked out. Also, it has to be further reviewed by Iran and the so called P5+1; represented by the US, UK, Russia, France, China and Germany. This major agreement would signify imposing certain limits on Iran’s nuclear program and in lieu, Iran would receive relief from some economic sanctions.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said talks would not be extended beyond Monday, but there was still work to do.
US Secretary of State John Kerry also warned that “major issues” remained, but said he was hopeful.
Laurent Fabius, Foreign Minister for France, who cancelled a trip to Africa to stay at the talks, said: “I hope we are finally entering the final phase of these marathon negotiations. I believe it.”
According to a German government source, the negotiations can still be a failure but also a deal can be reached as early as possible if Iran was ready to make the final steps.