German foreign minister calls on Israel to examine Iran nuclear deal more closely

By REUTERS
April 3, 2015 14:06

 
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German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Friday that it is too early to celebrate an agreement on Iran's nuclear program, but he expressed hope Iran will stick to a framework deal reached in Switzerland on Thursday.

Speaking on a visit to the Polish city of Wroclaw, he called on the Israeli government, which has criticized the framework deal, to examine it more closely. He said the aim of the deal was to improve security in the Middle East, not worsen it.

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