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iran and think western power's going to sit down on friday and discuss a final deal potentially on iran's nuclear program this could lead to sanctions being lifted on the islamic republic and it is possible that it could to have a dramatic effect on relations in the middle east , at the moment iran in the big powers have a preliminary agreements if all the measures that are in grades country %HESITATION verified than the lifting of economic sanctions , this is a really big deal for a wrong which is faced economic sanctions for three four five is even longer if you consider the pressure it's been put on the economy over the last two decades , and if those sanctions could be lifted we could be looking at a new era not just for iran for the whole of the middle east region , the people we talked to both %HESITATION here in london and europe but also across the middle east think the deal is going to happen we think that june the thirtieth may be the day on which the d. list on if iran can negotiate a deal here it can normalize relations with europe and potentially also with the united states , would mean a recalibration of relations for example between israel and washington and israel and the rest of the middle east it would mean that saudi arabia , for a long and very close alive the united states would need to rethink its relations not just with washington with iran and with the %HESITATION satellites that iran has developed over the last few years and it could mean that the oil flows that dominates our that parts of the region would be reshaped with iran taking a much greater part in those trade flows and potentially setting a lot more oil for example into asia