The German Foreign Ministry spokesman says Berlin “is still hopeful” that Iran and P5+1 could arrive at a final nuclear deal by the November 24 deadline.
German Foreign Ministry Spokesman Martin Schaefer said his government “is still hopeful” that a lasting nuclear accord with Iran could be reached by the November 24 deadline.
“We are very much hopeful that an agreement could be reached within the next five weeks with Iran,” Schaefer told reporters on Friday.
The German foreign minister spokesman underlined his country’s firm determination to reach a final deal with Iran.
He urged all sides to show flexibility in their positions in a bid to ink a deal as there was still some time left until November 24.
Iran and the six major world powers ended their 8th round of nuclear negotiations in Vienna on Thursday.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton presided over the 8th round of the talks between Tehran and P5+1 in the Austrian capital.
The 7th round of talks was held in New York on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly meeting last month.