Britain's Hague Says Believes Iran Nuclear Deal Within Reach

By REUTERS
November 20, 2013 15:13

 
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ISTANBUL - The remaining differences between Iran and world powers over a potential deal to curb Tehran's nuclear program are narrow and a historic deal is within reach, British Foreign Secretary William Hague said on Wednesday.


"The differences that remain between the parties are narrow and I believe they can be bridged with political will and commitment," Hague told a news conference in Istanbul.


"It is the best chance for a long time to make progress on one of the gravest problems in foreign policy." 

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