There won’t be any artificial deadlines for the nuclear talks between Tehran and six world powers, announced Russia’s foreign minister before leaving the Vienna summit. Experts are now discussing issues to clear the way for diplomats, he said.
Today, one of the key stumbling blocks in the Iranian nuclear talks regarding an arms embargo may drop out of the picture as the P5+1 can’t reach a unanimous decision on it. Thus, a deal may be reached soon, says journalist Gareth Porter.
Oil prices fell 7 percent on Monday in the worst single-day decline in three months after Greece’s Sunday bailout referendum. Meanwhile, fears of oversupply have taken hold as Iran and world powers approach a nuclear deal.
Not much would change the fact that America is Iran’s enemy – not even the eagerly awaited 5+1 nuclear deal, a senior Iranian military official has said. Meanwhile Tehran and world powers are edging closer towards a final deal in Vienna.
The six world powers and Iran "have never been closer" to a deal, US Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday, but warned there still were a number of unresolved issues that might make the ongoing negotiations "go either way."
Iran has announced the deployment of its second long-range Ghadir radar, which is part of an integrated air defense system the country is creating. An even longer-range system is currently partially operational.
A tentative agreement between six world powers and Iran has been reached that includes sanctions relief for Tehran, AP reported Saturday, citing diplomatic sources. Sanctions has been one of the most difficult issues at the talks, sources say.
As the Iranian nuclear negotiations teeter on the brink, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu is saying the world has more to fear from a nuclear-capable Iran than ISIS terrorists. The statement comes after the jihadists threatened to “uproot” the Jewish state.
The recent escape of jail intimates in Yemen will only worsen the situation in the country which is already in tatters, and will lead to even more suffering among the civilian population, political analyst Max Abrahms, told RT.
The six world powers and Iran have come to an agreement to extend the interim deal on Tehran’s nuclear program until July 7 to allow more time for talks to reach a final deal. The decision was made Tuesday, which had previously been set as a deadline.