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“We agreed that we would be able to come to final agreement. This is the only mean to solve Iran’s nuclear problem,” Zarif said.
At the same time, he said Iran’s position remained unchanged.
“Our stance is clear and transparent, including over the number of centrifuges for enriched uranium. That is why the opponents’ attempts to make us change our positions are useless,” Zarif said.
There are disagreements on Iran’s right to enriched uranium, the heavy water reactor in Arak and lifting of sanctions. “We’ll discuss these issues,” Zarif said.
“Iran’s program is entirely peaceful. If the Western states agree, the final agreement will be reached,” he said.