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VIENNA, November 22. /TASS/. The Sextet does not consider extending the talks with Iran, but the current round may be over not on the 24th, but on the 25th-26th of November, a well-informed source told TASS on Saturday.
“We are not discussing extension of the negotiation process, many media are writing the process may be extended to March, but this issue is not on the agenda as yet,” the source said.
Still, the source said, the current round may last for a couple more days, if the parties realise clearly the chances to adopt an overwhelming agreement.
The Sestet’s ministers, arriving in Austria’s capital city, the source said, “are ready to stay over to November 25-26.