"All the hard work has paid off and we sealed a deal. God bless our people," one Iranian diplomat said on condition of anonymity.
Another source in Vienna said that the Iranians are laughing all the way to the bank with Western countries all lining up to trade with Teheran and compensate her for agreeing to a deal.
The last obstacles to the agreement were Teheran's defiance not to allow nuclear inspections of "military" installations. Teheran claimed that such inspections were tantamount to military espionage on their country.
Reports coming out of Vienna have Teheran seemingly agreeing that inspections of military installations could be carried out. But that Teheran has the right to appeal such UN inspections with an arbitration committee set up, composed of Iran and the P5 + 1 world powers, to decide the issue.
Detractors of this agreement claim that and such appeal would simply give Teheran enough time to stall such inspections and allow her to cover up any military nuclear work.
Israel's news outlet Ynet has reported that, the Iranian state news agency has broadcast that under the current deal; all Iranian nuclear facilities will remain up and running and research on key centrifuges will continue.
The official announcement of a final deal having been reached has yet to be announced by officials in Vienna!