Kerry says world powers closer to nuclear deal with Iran

By REUTERS
November 10, 2013 03:30

 
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GENEVA - US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Sunday that world powers had come closer during negotiations with Iran in Geneva to a deal on reining in its nuclear program and that "with good work" the goal could be reached.

Kerry made the statement at a news conference after a three-day meeting between Iran and the six powers that ended without an agreement. Both sides, however, said progress had been made and negotiators would meet again on Nov. 20.

"We came to Geneva to narrow the differences and I can tell you without any exaggeration we not only narrowed the differences and clarified those that remain, but we made significant progress in working through the approaches to this question of how one reins in a program and guarantees its peaceful nature," Kerry said.

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