Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Abbas Araqchi said Iran and the G5+1 may extend talks. "It is possible to extend anything and even the time of negotiations between Iran and G5+1," he said.
Senior Iranian nuclear negotiator Abbas Araghchi (file photo)
He further said the time is flying, but there is a hope that the talks could yield results by November 24; however, he warned that the two sides would not reach an agreement unless the other side changes its position.
Araqchi also noted that the talks now is in sensitive level. "Our opportunity for talks will last until November 24, and it is getting over."
He also said that the two sides are serious in talks, and "We hope that the negotiations will be best used."
The senior Iranian nuclear negotiator said the two sides would continue talks in Vienna on Tuesday and Monday.
Iran and the US delegation as well as the EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton will meet Tuesday, he said, adding Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, Ashton and the US Secretary of State John Kerry would meet Wednesday.
According to the Iranian official, the two sides would discuss key issues including sanctions, ways to lift sanctions as well as enrichment.
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