First round of Iran nuclear deal talks end  on negative note

First round of Iran nuclear deal talks end on negative note

First round of Iran nuclear deal talks end on negative note

Written by Staff Writer

25 Apr, 2015 | 11:51 am

The first round of talks on pushing forward the final Iran nuclear deal ended after three days of discussions in Vienna on Friday, but disputes between the United States and Iran are still unsolved.

At the top of the agenda for the talks was the timing of sanctions relief, but the U.S. and Iran continue to hold different or even opposite opinions on the procedures for sanctions relief.

The latest round of nuclear talks kicked off with a bilateral meeting between Iran and the European Union on Wednesday.

On April 2, Iran and P5+1 countries, namely the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany, reached a framework deal in which Iran agreed to reduce its nuclear program, and in return, the P5+1 agreed to lift certain sanctions imposed on Tehran.

Iran and P5+1 have set June 30 as the deadline for a final deal.

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