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just one week away until the deadline on a main to not deal with iran and a u. ministers say it's looking tight wealthy to date of june thirty to hash out an agreement with iran on its nuclear program but it's unclear if the deal will be reached by the end , the final round of talks the seat for this week arounds negotiating with six world powers to curb its nuclear program in exchange for relief from sanctions , but reuters correspondent , these roadblocks still stand in the way i suppose you can reduce it all to relax of trust , %HESITATION on both sides there's a feeling that the other side is not really trustworthy , and that of course , undercuts the negotiations but there's also pressure to get this done on in the western countries is a great deal of desire to invest in iran is a desire to i'm actually neutralize whatever iranian nuclear threat there may be an iran there's a tremendous desire among a lot of the people to get back into the international community another roadblock israel is urging the parties not to sign the agreement calling it terrible on this deal is getting worse by the day , and it should not be signed , it is been said better no deal than a bad deal , better know do , then a terrible day israel sees the deal doesn't go far enough to prevent iran from obtaining a nuclear bomb while continuing to arm israel's enemies , officials on both sides are cautiously optimistic a deal will be reached , even if not before the end of the month