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WASHINGTON — The highly-anticipated nuclear talks between Iran and six major world powers may not succeed, after several public statements by the Obama administration that it will be a success.

iran-nuclear-weaponsIt was embarrassing because after Obama administration said they negotiated to dismantle Iranian nuclear weapons (per Reuters), Iran said it made no such deal (as CNN reported).

Now, Reuters said that the talks, focused on limiting Iran’s nuclear program and lift international sanctions as a reward, may not last much longer. A U.S. official spoke to Reuters on the condition of anonymity.

The anonymous official said:

“These next days this week are the beginning of what will be a complicated, difficult and lengthy process…When the stakes are this high and the devil is truly in the details, one has to take the time to ensure the confidence of the international community in the result…That can’t be done in a day, a week or even a month in this situation.”

France, China, Germany, Russia, Great Britain and the U.S. are negotiating the deal with Iran in Vienna, Austria.

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