'Quick breakthrough' in Iran nuclear talks 'unlikely'

Foreign Secretary William Hague speaks to reporters during Iran nuclear talks Credit: RTV

It is too early to consider extending the talks between Iran and six world powers on Tehran's nuclear programme beyond next week's deadline, though major divisions remain between the two sides, the Foreign Secretary has said.

"It is unlikely there will be a quick breakthrough today but we [...] shall see what scope there is for making a progress before July 20," William Hague told reporters in Vienna.

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'Six powers' meet to discuss Tehran nuclear deal

The Six Powers- Britain, the US, France, Germany, Russia and China- will meet in Vienna today to try and make a deal with Tehran over its nuclear program.