EU: No impact from Crimea tension on Iran nuclear talks

By REUTERS
March 18, 2014 14:02

 
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VIENNA- World powers have not seen any impact so far from tension with Russia over the Ukrainian region of Crimea on nuclear talks with Iran, a spokesman for the European Union's foreign policy chief said on Tuesday.

The powers - the United States, Russia, China, France, Britain and Germany - began a new round of talks on Iran's contested nuclear work on Tuesday in Vienna, a day after Washington and the EU imposed sanctions on Russian officials.

"I haven't seen any negative effect," spokesman Michael Mann told reporters. "We continue our work in a unified fashion".

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