Iran state TV says West's stance has toughened in nuclear talks

By REUTERS
July 9, 2015 22:59

 
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Vienna- The Western countries have hardened their stance in nuclear talks between six major powers and the Islamic Republic, Iranian state TV cited an unnamed source close to Iran's negotiators as saying on Thursday.

"The West has toughened its stance within last few hours, and in a clear U-turn even refuses to accept Iran's nuclear rights," state TV reported.

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