Iran, P5+1 may either sign framework document or not, negotiations may even be disrupted - source

Negotiations between the P5+1 group and Iran may either yield a framework document on Monday or not, and negotiations may even be disrupted.

Negotiations between the P5+1 group and Iran may either yield a framework document on Monday or not, and negotiations may even be disrupted.

"Any scenario is possible, up to the disruption of the negotiations, up to the adoption of a framework document or up to the absence of any document at all," a source close to the Russian negotiating team told Interfax.

"Yet all the sides are inclined to carry on the negotiations on Monday," he underscored.

The validity of an intermediate agreement between the P5+1 group and Iran regarding the Iranian nuclear program expires in the small hours of November 25. A final deal was supposed to be reached by the November 24 deadline.

Most foreign ministers of the countries involved in the negotiating process have come to Vienna.

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