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VIENNA, November 23. /TASS/. The Geneva agreements between Iran and the Sextet may be extended for six-twelve months, if the parties fail to adopt a political document, a source close to the Iranian delegation told TASS on Sunday.
“Anyway, the parties are working on bringing closer their positions to come to expected agreements within coming days,” the source said adding the parties would be ready to extend the current round by one-two days to achieve progress.
“The talks are very intensive, and it would not be correct to say there is no progress whatsoever".