Iran says nuclear talks with powers might be extended past June 30

By REUTERS
May 27, 2015 13:09

 
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ANKARA - A self-imposed deadline of June 30 for Iran and six major powers to reach a final nuclear deal to resolve a decade-long standoff may be extended, Iran's state TV reported.

"The deadline might be extended and the talks might continue after the June 30," Iranian senior nuclear negotiator Abbas Araqchi was quoted as saying.

France's ambassador to the United States, Gerard Araud, said on Tuesday that the deal was not likely by June 30 because technical details to be defined would remain.

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