UK and Iran agree framework Iran nuclear deal possible by month-end

By REUTERS
March 26, 2015 18:41

 
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LONDON - British Prime Minister David Cameron and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani agreed in a phone call on Thursday that it was possible to conclude a framework Iran nuclear deal by the end of this month, Cameron's spokeswoman said.

"Both leaders reaffirmed their commitment to securing a deal," the spokeswoman told reporters. "There was a clear sign from both of them that they saw the opportunity presented by the ongoing discussions in Switzerland and the possibility of securing a political framework by the end of the month."

Iran and six world powers are due to meet in Lausanne on Saturday to try to break a deadlock over Iran's sensitive atomic research by a March 31 deadline.

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