However, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said on Monday that text of agreement is not outlined yet.Nuclear talks between Iran and G5+1 in Lausanne are underway to end the 12-year nuclear dispute.
Although Reporters are kept away from process of negotiations in Lausanne amid the meetings of top diplomats which is are underway, Itar-Tass report on Monday that most probably a political deal on Iranian nuclear dispute will be signed soon, possibly in Lausanne tomorrow.
Itar-Tass quoted a European diplomat as saying that Lausanne talks between Iran and the G5+1 may proceed until midnight.
The diplomat, who is involved in the Iran-G5+1 talks, said if the deal is reached, it will be signed by Wednesday morning.
Earlier, media speculated that political agreement on Iran nuclear dispute will be a two or three-page document.
Despite this, according to PRESS TV an Iranian informed source close to the nuclear negotiations with the P5+1 group has dismissed Western media hype surrounding Tehran’s peaceful nuclear program, saying Iran sticks to its principled stance in the talks.
“Western media hype about this issue is baseless,” the source told IRNA on Monday, adding that achievements previously made by Iran and the P5+1 countries are still in place.