Iranian deputy FM says no agreement reached on the number of centrifuges
Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said on Sunday that no agreement reached with the United States on the number of centrifuges, IRNA reported.
Araqchi rejected the Western media report alleging Iran has agreed with the United States to reduce the number of centrifuges to 7,000.
He described the Geneva Accord reached between Iran and the six governments last November as a "ceasefire agreement" based on which both Iran and the other side undertook a number of commitments to prepare the ground for the comprehensive agreement to resolve the nuclear dispute.
However, he said that if the two sides fail to achieve an agreement by November 24 deadline, everything will return to what they used to be.
Araqchi expressed hope that Iran and the P5+1 would agree on a comprehensive agreement within the remaining time so that the dispute would be resolved and all the sanctions on Iran would be lifted.