Britain's Hammond says agreed with US, France, Germany progress made with Iran

By REUTERS
March 21, 2015 23:06

 
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LONDON - British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said on Saturday after meeting his counterparts from the United States, France and Germany there was agreement that "substantial progress" had been made in nuclear talks with Iran on key areas.

"We agreed that substantial progress had been made in key areas although there are still important issues on which no agreement has yet been possible," Hammond said, reading a joint statement after the talks in London.

"Now is the time for Iran, in particular, to take difficult decisions," he added

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