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    Negotiations on Tehran Nuclear Program Have Shown Progress - Source

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    A source from the Iranian delegation said that the negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 group on Tehran's nuclear program appeared to have shown progress, with more details to be defined at the next talks.

    GENEVA (Sputnik) — Iran and the P5+1 group appear to have made progress in negotiations on Tehran's nuclear program, with more details to be defined at the next talks, a source from the Iranian delegation told Sputnik Monday.

    "Everything is fine, we will talk more next time," the source said, as the delegation was leaving Hotel President Wilson in Geneva.

    Earlier in the day, Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi told journalists that the talks were constructive, but the parties still have some way to go before reaching an agreement.

    The next negotiations on Iran's nuclear program are scheduled for March 2.


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