France says no certainty Iran talks will succeed

November 9, 2013 09:49

PARIS, Nov 9 (Reuters) - France said on Saturday there was no certainty nuclear talks under way with Iran in Geneva would succeed because of major stumbling blocks over an initial proposed text on a deal.

"As I speak to you, I can not say there is any certainty that we can conclude" the talks, Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said on France Inter radio.

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