'Little chance of breakthrough in talks with Tehran'

By HILARY LEILA KRIEGER JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDE
April 2, 2013 00:43

WASHINGTON – A former senior White House adviser said Monday that he doesn’t expect a breakthrough in upcoming talks with Tehran and certainly no deal reached before Iranian presidential elections in June.

Gary Samore, until recently the White House coordinator for arms control and weapons of mass destruction, predicted that “ups and downs and differences and frustrations are going to continue for the foreseeable future” in world powers’ negotiations with Iran.At the same time, Samore observed that the Iranians are slowing down aspects of their nuclear program for the time being.


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