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VIENNA, November 22. /TASS/. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said ahead of a meeting with his German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Saturday that there was “careful progress” at the talks of the world six powers P5+1 with Iran on its nuclear programme.
“We’re working hard,” Kerry said. “We hope we’re making careful progress, but we have big gaps, we still have some serious gaps, which we’re working to close.
U.S. Secretary of State also spoke by phone with his counterparts from Turkey and Canada about the talks with Iran on its nuclear programme, a source from the U.S. delegation said on Saturday.
The source said that intensive consultations of the U.S. delegation with certain countries on the would-be deal between Iran and the world six powers (P5+1) were underway.
In the coming hours Kerry is to meet German Foreign Minister Franc-Walter Steinmeier, who has arrived in Vienna for this round of talks.
A full-fledged ministerial segment of the talks may be held here on Sunday evening or on Monday, the sources told TASS.