Kerry meets Peres, says clock on Iran cooperation ticking

April 8, 2013 20:44


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Visiting US Secretary of State John Kerry met with President Shimon Peres on Monday, saying that, "We understand the Iranian danger, and as [US] President [Barack] Obama has said many times: he doesn't bluff."

Kerry stated that the US would continue to strive for a diplomatic solution to the Iranian nuclear threat, but added that "our eyes are open and we understand that the clock is ticking."

Kerry also discussed efforts to revive peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians saying that he believed there was a way forward, despite the difficulties and challenges that were evident in restarting the process.

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