Iran expert: Rohani seeks flexibility on nuke issue

By REUTERS, JPOST.COM STAFF
June 15, 2013 14:36

 
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An Iran expert at the University of Hawaii on Saturday said Iranian cleric Hassan Rohani  would want "flexibility" in order to strike a deal with the US over the disputed Iranian nuclear program.

Farideh Farhi said: "He doesn't yet know how the other side will respond, mainly the United States and whether the United States will also show flexibility. Rohani would want that kind of flexibility in order to be able to strike a deal."

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