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Iran nuclear talks to break on Friday with formal meeting: Officials

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The current round of indirect talks between Iran and the US on reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, which began this week, will end on Friday with a formal meeting of the remaining parties to the deal, European and Iranian officials said.

The meeting of Iran, France, Germany, Britain, Russia and China is in a format known as the Joint Commission which has bookended previous rounds of talks. The Iranian official said the meeting would be held around noon (1100 GMT).

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The aim is to resume the talks next week, the European diplomat said.

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