Kerry says working into night on tricky issues
US Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday that he and his global counterparts would be working into the night to resolve 'tricky issues' blocking a nuclear deal with Iran, IRNA reported.
Speaking to CNN he said, 'There still remain some difficult issues. We are working very hard to work those through. We are working late into the night and obviously into tomorrow.'
"Everyone knows the meaning of tomorrow' when a deadline for the outlines of a deal expires at midnight.
Kerry is in the Swiss city of Lausanne since Wednesday for talks with the Iranian nuclear negotiating team headed by Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Iran and the Group 5+1 held a full ministerial meeting on Monday. The talks lasted for 90 minutes. The negotiating parties have not revealed any details of their discussions on Monday.