Kerry: Next 6 months will be harder than first step on Iran deal

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December 12, 2013 03:04

 
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US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Wednesday night that reaching a final deal on Iran's nuclear program would be more difficult than the striking of the recent interim agreement between world powers and the Islamic Republic.

Speaking a forum hosted by the FP Group in Washington, Kerry said "the next six months will be harder than this first step."

He vowed that in regard to Iran's nuclear issues "nothing has been taken off the table," adding that despite Iran's recent pledge to continue construction at the Arak heavy water reactor, the Geneva deal "will stop dead in its tracts" nuclear components of the possible source of atomic weapons material.

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