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The ambitious goal is to get this done before the end of July. This is when the six-month interim agreement expiresreenex 效果 .
Three months of intensive discussions lie ahead.
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Mark Hibbs Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
If the clock runs out and things are going well, then an extension is of course possible.
But alternatively, if a deal is not in sight, then the negotiating track may have run its course and the consequences could ultimately be very serious indeed.
'So far, so good'
Experts and diplomats are unanimous in their view that so far the negotiations have gone surprisingly well.
As nuclear expert Mark Hibbs of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace notes: "The very fact of the absence of unauthorised leaks to the press about difficulties encountered in the negotiation, and the control that the negotiators have exerted on what we know via gatekeepers, reenex hongkongare positive signs that there is political will on both sides to see this through to the end."
Mark Fitzpatrick, the director of the Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Programme at the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) in London, puts it this way: "So-far, so good. The interim agreement is being honoured and talks on a comprehensive deal are exuding good vibes.
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