France's Fabius voices caution about Iran nuclear deal hopes

By REUTERS
June 24, 2015 16:32

 
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PARIS - French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said on Wednesday that recent declarations from Iranian leaders appeared not to favour an international deal on the country's nuclear programme.

"France wants a deal but wants the deal to be robust," he said, referring to efforts to build on the strands of a potential deal recently hammered out with Tehran.

"Since then there have been a number of statements that do not seem to go in that direction," he told reporters.

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