Chinese FM 'cautiously optimistic' on Iran nuclear talks

By REUTERS
March 30, 2015 19:16

 
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LAUSANNE, Switzerland - Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Monday that Iran and world powers were narrowing their differences over Tehran's disputed nuclear programme, voicing optimism a day ahead of a self-imposed deadline for an outline accord.

"Positions are narrowing," Wang told reporters in the Swiss city of Lausanne, adding that he was "cautiously optimistic."

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