Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 24
By Rahim Zamanov, Temkin Jafarov - Trend:
Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham said that Iran has always been seeking a win-win deal, the IRINN reported.
She further thanked the Iranian negotiating team and said that the team managed to secure the win-win deal.
Afkham expressed hope that the current path will lead to the total lifting of sanctions against Iran.
"The signed deal will be published by the United Nations by the end of 2013," she said.
"The two sides may reach final agreement in one year," Afkham added.
In regards to the conflicting statements of the Iranian and western officials, Afkham explained that the western diplomats are making such remarks in order to decrease the pressure on their countries.
Iran and the P5+1 reached a deal on the country's nuclear energy program after four days of intense talks.
The parties to negotiations held a signing ceremony at the UN office in Geneva.
The new agreement is considered a bid to narrow the gaps and finalize a nuclear deal with Iran.
The initial agreement puts an end to the decade-long standoff over Iran's nuclear energy program.