Progress was reported at nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1 group on Saturday, TASS quoted a source as saying, adding that a political declaration from all parties is possible in the coming days. “There is some progress...negotiations are ongoing,” said the source. “The critical moment to make decisions is coming up...with the probability of success at 90 percent or more as of now.” Meanwhile, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi told TASS that he puts the success of the talks at just over 50 percent, stating that he sees “some progress being made, with some obstacles remaining.” The source added that the positions of all sides are becoming clear and issues around the future of Fordo nuclear facility are being resolved. The Iran nuclear talks include the P5+1 powers – China, France, Russia, the UK, and the US, plus Germany. They are aimed at resolving the long-running dispute over Iran’s nuclear program.