Jul 15, 2014, 3:19 PM
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Iranian negotiator asks G5+1 to give up excessive demands

Vienna, July 15, IRNA - A member of Iran's negotiating team on Tuesday advised G5+1 to give up excessive demands in order to reach a comprehensive nuclear agreement.

Speaking on condition of anonymity, the official told IRNA that Iran-G5+1 differences on major topics have not been resolved yet.

He underlined that if the other sides of talks give up their irrational demands and do not deny the realities on the ground, reaching an agreement would not be difficult.

Iran is committed to continue constructive talks with G5+1 by July 20 deadline, the official added.

He underlined that Iran seeks a comprehensive nuclear agreement and not a partial one.

Representatives from Iran and Group 5+1 started their sixth round of nuclear talks here on July 2. Because of differences on important issues, foreign ministers of the US, Germany, France and Britain joined the meeting on Sunday to take decisions at the ministerial level.