Iran has concearns whether P5+1 group adhere to agreement on nuclear issue

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Draft of a future agreement of P5+1 group could be prepared before the end of the current round of negotiations in Geneva, said on Tuesday Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi. “We hope that by the end of this round we will agree on the provisional text of the agreement. We hope that we will reach an agreement on its structure,” said Araqchi to the Iranian reporters after the second day of the fifth round of negotiations that are held in Vienna.

The current fifth round of negotiations, between P5+1 group and Tehran will last until June 20. The aim of the negotiations is to develop an agreement that will give the international community guarantees of peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program, which will clear Iran of all international sanctions.

The last round of negotiations that began on Monday should be decisive for the entire course of the negotiations. According to the previously set timetable, agreement should be developed by 20 July. According to Araqchi the “draft” will have its structure, “table of contents and introduction,” but will leave out certain controversial issues that still remain.

Iran has concerns as to what extent P5+1 intends to adhere to obligations under a future agreement on the nuclear issue, said on Tuesday evening, Deputy Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic Abbas Araqchi.

“There are concerns as to what extent the other party intends to adhere to obligations under the comprehensive agreement,” said Araqchi to reporters after the second day, of the fifth round of negotiations. The Press TV channel was broadcasting the whole negotiation process.

At the same time, Araqchi added that the parties’ compliance of the Interim Agreement, which was signed in November 2014, is encouraging. “We have a good experience in meeting interim agreement in Geneva, which indicates that the other party may adhere to agreements,” added Araqchi.

Iran’s objective is to develop an agreement that will give the international community guarantees on peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program, which will result in clearing Iran from all international sanctions. According to the previously set timetable, agreement should be developed by 20 July.

Commenting on the progress of negotiations, Araqchi noted that participants “are not eager to shift the terms of working out on the agreement.”

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