No talks on Iranian missile tests between Zarif, Kerry

By REUTERS
March 10, 2016 11:01

 
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 Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his U.S. counterpart John Kerry have not discussed Iran's missile tests, a source told Iran's Students News Agency ISNA on Thursday.

"John Kerry has sent emails to Zarif asking for a telephone call to discuss issues, including Iran's missile tests, but it did not happen because Zarif is on an official visit," the source told ISNA.

A U.S. State Department spokesman said on Wednesday that Kerry had called Zarif to discuss Tehran's latest round of ballistic missile tests.

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