The Iranian regime and world powers are yet to find common ground on the main issues in nuclear talks aimed at reaching a comprehensive agreement, the regime's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says.

'We have not reached agreement on the main issues. In some cases, we can see light for agreement but in some others, there is none yet,' Zarif told a briefing with Iranian media.

He said the regime's negotiators the representatives of five permanent members of UN Security Council plus Germany had spent at least 10 hours on an unfinished draft agreement.

'There are more brackets than words in it,' Zarif said, alluding to many differences yet to be bridged and which have been postponed to the next round of talks, which starts on July 2 in Vienna.

 

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