Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said (CNN) that an “understanding or agreement” on Iran’s nuclear program may be possible as soon as Friday (November 8) ….We know what the ingredients should be. We have discussed them in the last three, four weeks. And I think our colleagues are ready to start drafting…I believe it is possible to reach an understanding or an agreement before we close these negotiations tomorrow evening.” He reiterated that “There won’t be a suspension of our enrichment program in its entirety… But we can deal with various issues - various issues are on the table…We are prepared to address some of the most immediate concerns that have been raised…And then we expect reciprocally for our concerns to be met by the P5+1, particularly the United States and the European Union… It takes quite a bit of effort, and quite a bit off good faith and political will. I know that we have it on our side, and I hope that we can expect the same from the other side. “Zarif added that the negotiations were at a “very sensitive stage” and were best held behind closed doors.” After meeting EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton, Zarif expressed satisfaction with the discussions and said results can be reached on the negotiating table. Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said that p5+1 have accepted Iran’s proposal on how to progress toward a common objective and about the first and final steps and all parties emphasized the fact that they have accepted this framework.” He expressed hope that in the current round of talks, Iran and P5+1 would manage to work out a draft agreement to help resolve the decade-long dispute over Iran’s ’s nuclear program “Our aim is to reach an agreement in this round of talks”. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will join nuclear talks on Friday in “an effort to help narrow down differences.