Iran's Rouhani calls off Austria visit at last minute, citing security

By REUTERS
March 29, 2016 19:25

 
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VIENNA - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani postponed a two-day trip to Austria indefinitely for security reasons on Tuesday, the evening he was supposed to arrive in Vienna, his Austrian counterpart's office said.

A spokeswoman for Austrian President Heinz Fischer's office said it was not clear what the security reasons were. Rouhani had been due to hold meetings with Fischer and other officials on Wednesday and Thursday.

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