Al Mayadeen: JCPOA Negotiations in Vienna to Resume Next Week
The final meeting of the Commission on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on the Iran nuclear program (JCPOA) will take place on Friday afternoon.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent to Vienna reported that the international talks on Iran's nuclear program will be suspended on Friday, adding that the diplomats intend to return home for consultations.
As Iran submitted draft proposals on sanction removal to nuclear talks, diplomatic circles assured that a general advance had been made during the seventh round of negotiations which started in Vienna on Monday, our reporter added.
The final meeting of the Commission on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on the Iran nuclear program (JCPOA) will take place in Vienna on Friday afternoon, according to European and Iranian officials.
"Vienna talks proceed with seriousness"
Meanwhile, a European diplomat stated that the negotiations on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in Vienna will resume next week after consultations.
A senior European diplomat estimated that 70-80% of a draft agreement was completed.
Earlier, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein AmirAbdollahian said that the "Vienna talks [are] proceeding with seriousness," stressing that lifting sanctions off Iran is a primary priority.
On Thursday, Iran presented two drafts on sanctions removal and nuclear commitment.