US energy secretary to join Kerry, Sherman for Iran nuclear talks in Lausanne

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March 13, 2015 16:40

 
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US Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz will join Secretary of State John Kerry and lead negotiator Wendy Sherman in Lausanne next week for the latest round of talks in the Iran nuclear negotiations in Lausanne next week.

The American delegation will also include Robert Malley, the National Security Council's senior director for Iran, Iraq, and the Gulf States; James Timbie, a senior advisor to the under secretary of state for arms control and international security; Paul Irwin, the NSC's director for nonproliferation; and Christopher Backemeyer, the State Department's principal deputy coordinator for sanctions policy.

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