Tehran prepares for celebrations in the streets over anticipated nuclear deal
Reports that a nuclear deal with Iran will be imminently announced are “speculative,” a senior State Department official says.
VIENNA – Foreign ministers from world powers are converging once again on Austria’s capital on Sunday, hoping to finally end talks with Iran over its nuclear program with a deal.
The agreement is essentially complete, Iranian officials here say, and will be formally called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. Negotiations went past midnight on Saturday, and began around 8 a.m. on Sunday morning between top negotiators from the US, European Union and Iran. The talks have been ongoing for sixteen straight days.
A senior State Department official said on Sunday that reports that a nuclear deal with Iran will be imminently announced are “speculative,” shooting down a host of media reports suggesting otherwise.
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