An Iranian deputy foreign minister has said conclusion of a nuclear deal is not easy, adding continued talks on remaining issues will be very complicated.
The deputy foreign minister for European and American affairs said Monday that clinching a deal on the nuclear dispute is not easy, but Iran does its best to reach a settlement.
Majid Takht-e Ravanchi made the remarks in a conference on “Views of pros and cons of nuclear negotiations in Lausanne”, saying that continued talks on remaining issues will be very complicated.
The Iranian negotiating team will leave Tehran for Vienna on Wednesday to attend the next round of nuclear talks with P5+1, he said.
He further said that presently we are writing the comprehensive deal, adding that it is a very tough stage, but we will seriously continue with that.
The Iranian official said that we attend the talks vigilantly and precisely, adding that these talks will be complicated, but we will do our best to clinch a good deal.
“We are involved in nuclear talks with the US Administration and we have nothing to do with how the US government will deal with Congress, the academics and the other bodies in the United States,” he said.