DUBAI - Six world powers and Iran have made good progress in expert talks in Geneva on how to roll out last month's landmark nuclear deal which obliges Tehran to suspend its most sensitive atom work, a senior Iranian official said on Tuesday.
It was unclear how close the seven countries came to resolving all the numerous practical issues involved in putting the Nov. 24 accord into practice or whether they had agreed on a date to implement it after all-night talks.
Abbas Araqchi, Iran's deputy negotiator, told Iran's state news agency only that some issues remained to be agreed at a more senior level.
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