Disagreements between the envoys over the resumption of the nuclear deal in Vienna are not a deadlock in the negotiation process. The official representative of the Iranian government Ali Rabiyee announced this today, TASS reports.
“Vienna has made good progress on many issues; however there is no denying that there are differences on a number of issues. At the same time, the lack of agreement on a number of issues does not mean that the talks have reached a deadlock.
The international practice is that if there is political will of the participants in the talks, the discussion will continue until an agreement is reached,” Ali Rabiyee stated.