Iran says will not accept the West's 'excessive demands'

By REUTERS
June 20, 2014 17:32

 
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Iran said on Friday it will not accept major powers' excessive demands during nuclear talks aimed at ending a decade-long dispute over the Islamic state's nuclear program.

"The other side should abandon its excessive demands. Iran will never accept such demands," Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told reporters after the end of a fifth round of talks between Iran and six major powers.

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