Britain's Hammond says key issues yet to be resolved in Iran talks

By REUTERS
April 1, 2015 11:19

 
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PARIS - British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said on Wednesday progress had been made between Iran and major powers over its disputed nuclear program, but that there were key issues that still needed to be resolved.

"I think we have a broad framework of understanding, but there are still some key issues that have to be worked through," he told the BBC. "Some of them are quite detailed and technical so there is still quite a lot of work to do but we are on it now and we'll keep going at it."

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