Iranian FM: 90% of issues resolved in Geneva nuclear talks so far

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November 22, 2013 20:01

 
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World powers and Iran have reportedly agreed upon 90-percent of issues about the Islamic Republic's disputed nuclear program in talks in Geneva, Iran's Press TV cited Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif as saying.

“If you’re asking about the amount of work that has been done, we have moved forward up to 90 percent,” the chief Iranian negotiator allegedly told reporters in Switzerland.

Accord to Press TV, Zarif said negotiators were now seeking to resolve only "one to two issues".

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