White House: Iran nuclear talks can continue despite Kerry's injury

By REUTERS
June 1, 2015 20:34




WASHINGTON - The White House is confident it can still pursue Iran nuclear talks despite US Secretary of State John Kerry's injury over the weekend, a spokesman said on Monday.

Kerry left Europe for the United States earlier on Monday after breaking his leg in a cycling accident on Sunday.

"We do continue to believe that we have the time and resources necessary to pursue, and hopefully complete, the Iran negotiations," White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters in a briefing. He added that Kerry would continue to play a critical role in the talks, although it was unclear exactly what his capacity to participate would be in the coming weeks.


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