Negotiations on Iran's nuclear program: one step away from success

Negotiations on Iran's nuclear program: one step away from success

President of Iran Hassan Rouhani during a telephone conversation with UK Prime Minister David Cameron said that a political solution may be found already this month.


"Both leaders reaffirmed their commitment to securing a deal. There was a clear sign from both of them that they saw the opportunity presented by the ongoing discussions in Switzerland and the possibility of securing a political framework by the end of the month," RIA Novosti cited an official representative of the Prime Minister.


The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Ali Akbar Salehi, in his turn, said that representatives of the country and the 5+1 Group of powers have reached a common understanding on the technical issues in the negotiations on the nuclear issue.


The 5+1 Group plus Iran will meet in Lausanne on March 28 to try to resolve differences and reach a consensus.


Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov will arrive in Lausanne for the current round of Iran nuclear talks, although last week Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Lavrov's visit to Lausanne makes no sense. "The minister is expected to arrive for talks on Sunday, most likely in the evening," Gazeta.ru reports with reference to a source.

 

A senior researcher at the Institute of Oriental Studies, Vladimir Sazhin, told Vestnik Kavkaza that the negotiations on Iran's nuclear program are definitely making progress."I knew it was coming. Everyone has different reasons, but all sides are interested in taking this issue off the international agenda," the expert said."The sides compromised, and it offers great opportunities for Iran and the implementation of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons," Sazhin concluded.The Director of the Analytical Center of the Institute of International Studies (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Andrey Kazantsev, drew attention to the fact that between Iran and the West there is a serious bargaining over the nuclear program."For now, there is not much progress. It is too early to say that a compromise will be reached. The problem is not completely solved, and I do not think that this issue will be resolved in the foreseeable future. There are too many negative factors," Kazantsev said.According to the deputy director of the Institute of Forecasting and Political Regulation, Alexander Kuznetsov, the parties are close to an agreement, it was clear in the autumn of 2014. "In October, the leadership of the IAEA said that a final comprehensive treaty is ready by 95%," Kuznetsov said, adding that according to the dynamics of negotiations, an agreement could be signed before March 31.

A senior researcher at the Institute of Oriental Studies, Vladimir Sazhin, told Vestnik Kavkaza that the negotiations on Iran's nuclear program are definitely making progress.


"I knew it was coming. Everyone has different reasons, but all sides are interested in taking this issue off the international agenda," the expert said.
"The sides compromised, and it offers great opportunities for Iran and the implementation of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons," Sazhin concluded.


The Director of the Analytical Center of the Institute of International Studies (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Andrey Kazantsev, drew attention to the fact that between Iran and the West there is a serious bargaining over the nuclear program.


"For now, there is not much progress. It is too early to say that a compromise will be reached. The problem is not completely solved, and I do not think that this issue will be resolved in the foreseeable future. There are too many negative factors," Kazantsev said.


According to the deputy director of the Institute of Forecasting and Political Regulation, Alexander Kuznetsov, the parties are close to an agreement, it was clear in the autumn of 2014. "In October, the leadership of the IAEA said that a final comprehensive treaty is ready by 95%," Kuznetsov said, adding that according to the dynamics of negotiations, an agreement could be signed before March 31.

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