Iran and six nations meet in Vienna on implementing nuclear deal
Oct.19, Vienna: Iran and six world powers are focusing on coordinating who needs to do what first for the agreement to be fully implemented.
The agreement was officially adopted on Sunday. The accord foresees deep cuts in Iranian nuclear programs in exchange for sanctions relief. Senior officials from all seven countries were meeting Monday in Vienna on sequencing.
The United States expects Iran will take months to live up to its end of the deal. U.S. officials insist that no relief from the penalties will occur until the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency has verified Iran's compliance with the terms of the agreement.
They said that Iran's work would almost certainly take more than the two months Tehran has projected.
The Oslo Times