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VIENNA, July 14. /TASS/. The ceremony of signing a historic nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers is expected to take place at the Vienna UN Office on Tuesday morning, an informed source told TASS.
According to him, if the plenary meeting is successful, the ceremony will take place at the Vienna UN Office at about 11:00 a.m. (0900GMT).
A European diplomat told TASS earlier that the final plenary meeting of foreign ministers of the P5+1 group (five UN Security Council members plus Germany) and Iran is due early on Tuesday and may be also held at the UN headquarters in Vienna.
"I think that the meeting will take place no earlier than at 10.00 a.m.," the diplomat said. "We expect that we will find a chance to make journalists happy," he added.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif announced in Vienna that the agreement with six major powers on Tehran's nuclear program will be possibly made on Tuesday, Iran’s Press TV channel reported.
Over the past 11 years of the negotiating process, Iran and six world powers are more than ever close to reaching the deal set to put Tehran’s nuclear program under international control and allow lifting sanctions affecting the economy of the country home to almost 80 million people.