Abbas Araqchi: The nuclear agreement is imminent, and bridging the gap is not difficult

Vienna-ALSHARQIYA June 20: Iran's chief nuclear negotiator said that Iran and the six world powers are close to reviving the nuclear agreement, and that delegations will return after Sunday's meeting to their capitals for consultations.

Abbas Araqchi said that they are now closer than ever to an agreement, but the gap between them and the agreement still exists, and bridging it is not an easy task.

Araqchi added that bridging the gaps requires decisions that basically the other side and Washington must take, expressing his hope that in the next round, this short distance, despite its difficulty, will be covered.


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