Iran and the P5 + 1 talks efforts despite many problems

American diplomats out of Iran and the countries concerned are urgently accelerate talks on Tehran's nuclear program.

However, the closer the time of landing, the more complex issues arise related to the group's open letter to Republican US senators sent to the Iranian regime, leading to the reaction of Tehran and other countries in Group P5 +1 (including the US, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany).

Diplomatic marathon is taking place in Switzerland in order to drastically limit the ability to develop nuclear weapons by Iran and launched the draft resolution submitted to the Security Council of the United Nations on easing the sanctions Tehran fine if the parties reach an agreement.

Along with a meeting between US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian counterpart Mohammed Javad Zarif, Group P5 + 1 and Iran to resume talks in Lausanne (Switzerland) from 15/3 hoping to complete the framework agreement the last of its nuclear program prior to 31/3.

Ahead of a new round of talks with Iran, Mr. Kerry said that despite not really sure about the ability to reach an agreement on time frames, but stakeholders still strive for this goal.

According to the head of the US diplomatic service, between the parties is still "huge gap" must pass the purpose of negotiation and not just go to a framework agreement is "a satisfactory agreement."

P5 + 1 and Iran began discussing a resolution to lift the sanctions against Tehran if the parties reach an agreement.

A spokesman for the US State Department said Jen Psaki Security Council will hold a vote if the United Nations endorsed a comprehensive plan to achieve common in the nuclear program between Iran and the P5 + 1.

From 12/2006, the US and the European Union (EU) has imposed sanctions against the financial sector and the energy of Iran.

The lifting of the sanctions according to the schedule is the key point in the negotiations between Iran and the next P5 + 1.