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VIENNA (Reuters) – The remaining parties to the Iran nuclear deal will meet in Vienna on Wednesday, the European Union announced, as diplomats said the meeting will wrap up the latest round of talks on reviving the deal and adjourn discussions for at least a week.
A statement issued by the European Union, which is chairing the talks and leading shuttle diplomacy between Iran and the United States, did not say what time the meeting would take place. One delegate said it would be in the early evening
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