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Thu Mar 5, 2015, 11:40 AM

Iran nuclear deal 'very close' as Netanyahu brings negotiators together

Iran nuclear deal 'very close' as Netanyahu brings negotiators together
American and Iranian diplomats find common ground rejecting Israeli leader’s combative approach to negotiations, but also agree serious hurdles remain to meeting March deadline

The long and convoluted negotiations over Iran’s nuclear programme adjourned on Wednesday amid talk of continuing progress towards a comprehensive deal but of tough political decisions still to be made.

The talks will resume on March 15, probably in Geneva, as the latest deadline for agreement looms at the end of the month.

Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif said a deal was “very close”, telling NBC that he and his team were prepared to carry on working through the Persian New Year celebration of Nowruz starting on March 21.

We want to have an agreement. There are details that need to be worked out. We are prepared to work...round the clock in order to reach an agreement.


http://www.theguardian.com/world/julian-borger-global-security-blog/2015/mar/05/iran-nuclear-talks-very-close-to-a-deal-as-netanyahu-brings-negotiators-together

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still_one Mar 2015 #1

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Thu Mar 5, 2015, 11:44 AM

1. If it is successful, I have no doubt that if the republicans win they would undo it, just like bush

did when he took office in 2000. Remember when he said we don't need to honor outdated treaties.

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