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negotiators in vienna saturday racing to reach a deal on an iran nuclear program just days before june thirtieth deadline but is top diplomats from the restaurant and five world powers arrive there talking about problems not solutions reuters u. n. bureau chief louis sharpen no is in vienna they're really three issues that are holding up an agreement at this point they have to do with monitoring and verification of any limits that are imposed on ron's nuclear programs for at least the next decade if neither has to do with it once desire to continue research and development in uranium enrichment finally their sanctions relief something when it is crucially important for , and western powers want to make sure that if iran does not need its commitments under any fuel , deal , sanctions can be restored , failure to reach agreement on these core issues could push negotiator self imposed deadline back to july or risk unraveling the entire accord the u. s. delegation must present the deal to congress by july night or else sixty day congressional review period will be required on any deal presented after work negotiators fear of lengthy delay could spell the end of any deal