Senior US official: Big gaps remain in Iran nuclear talks but deal possible

By REUTERS
May 13, 2014 21:44

 
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VIENNA - A senior US official on Tuesday cautioned against excessive optimism regarding six world powers' nuclear talks with Iran, but added that it was possible to overcome disputes and reach a deal by their self-imposed July 20 deadline.

"There are some very significant gaps," the official said on condition of anonymity ahead of the fourth round of negotiations on a long-term agreement with Iran. However, "we can get to a resolution I believe."

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