Niels Annen, a German MP says that nuclear talks cannot be continued forever and that the two sides should come to a conclusion at some point.
A German lawmaker said that negotiations between Iran and world powers over Tehran nuclear program cannot continue endlessly.
“We cannot continue the nuclear negotiations forever but should come to a conclusion at some point,” said Niels Annen, a member of the German Bundestag and the spokesman on foreign policy affairs for the Social Democrats (SPD).
He expressed hope for a deal between the two sides, adding that everything is ready for a “very good agreement.”
Iran and 5+1 (Russia, China, the US, Britain, France and Germany) have held several rounds of talks to hammer out a final deal to end a decade of impasse over Tehran’s civilian nuclear work.
They wrapped up seven days of intensive nuclear talks in Vienna on November 24 without securing a long-awaited comprehensive deal.
They decided to extend talks on Tehran’s civilian nuclear program for seven more months.
Tehran and P5+1 are scheduled to resume talks at the deputy level in Geneva, Switzerland, on Wednesday.
Annen, who is in Tehran, said clinching a nuclear deal could be very important for a stable, secure and peaceful Middle East and for the mutual interests of Iran and Germany.
Once a nuclear agreement is reached, the German lawmaker said, “We can significantly develop our mutual cooperation.”