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LAUSANNE, March 25. /TASS/. The signing of an agreement on Tehran’s nuclear program is not planned at the ministerial meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland, at the moment, a source in a Western delegation participating in the talks said on Wednesday.
"At the moment, we don’t even have a draft of the possible agreement and so there is no talk about signing it," the source said. "The task of the ministerial meeting is to ensure the political will needed to adopt decisions and overcome the remaining points at issue," the source added.
"If there is this understanding, if they manage to reach it, the ministers will decide how it will be formalized," the source said. "But now after the previous round we have significant differences on a number of issues," the source added.
The meeting of P5+1 (UN Security council members plus Germany) and Iran at the foreign ministerial level in Lausanne is scheduled in the end of this week as part of another round of negotiations on Iran’s nuclear dossier.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Tuesday he would possibly attend this meeting judging from the situation at the talks.