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VIENNA, July 14. /TASS/. The UN Security Council may adopt a resolution on Iran within the framework of a deal between six world powers (five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany - P5+1) before the end of this month, a diplomatic source in the European delegation told TASS on Tuesday.
According to him, "the procedure can be completed by the end of the month."
A diplomatic source told TASS previously that the draft resolution might be submitted to the UN Security Council secretariat within one to three days after the conclusion of a deal between Iran and the P5+1.
"It will happen almost immediately, taking from one to three days," the source said. According to him, the draft resolution’s passage may also be ensures in a "relatively short period of time."
The resolution’s text is planned to become part of an agreement between Iran and six world powers. It will specify all the terms and conditions for the lifting of sanctions, a mechanism for monitoring the implementation of the deal and the settlement of disputes if any side violates the obligations.