Tehran (IP) - An adviser to the Iranian negotiating team at talks on the deal in Vienna, Mohammad Marandi, confirmed to CNN on Tuesday that Iran was looking for guarantees that if a future US administration withdraws from the deal, it will "have to pay a price."

Iran PressIran news: Marandi also said in a tweet on Monday that there were "differences" on two other issues but declined to offer specifics.

In an interview with Al Jazeera early on Tuesday, Mohammad Marandi also said that Iran’s concerns are “not difficult to resolve.”

In response to the Tehran Times correspondent, Marandi said: “On Al Jazeera Arabic I said that in its response Iran has expressed its concerns, but that the remaining issues are not very difficult to resolve. Those concerns are founded upon past U.S. and EU violations. I can't say that there will be a deal, but we're closer than we've been before.

”If Americans and the Europeans are able to satisfy the concerns of Iranian lawyers and negotiators, it is finished... they just need to make a small political decision," said Marandi.

“It could be finished in the next couple days if the Americans and Europeans satisfy Iranian concerns over two or three issues that are left,” Political Analyst Prof. Mohammad Marandi also said, answering TRT world.


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