“Both sides are determined to resolve the remaining issues,” a senior Iranian official told Reuters.
“Gaps still remain and the negotiators are trying hard to reach a common point,” the official said, describing the atmosphere as “good but very serious”.
A senior State Department official said the session would cover “virtually every topic”.
Few details of the negotiations have emerged, but the approaching deadline has caused divisions between the United States and one of its closest allies, Israel, which has called the talks “dangerous” and “astonishing”. The United States has accused it of distorting Washington’s position.
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