US official: Israeli claim that Obama agreed to most of Iran's nuclear demands 'complete nonsense'

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January 30, 2015 21:16

 
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Israeli claims that US President Barack Obama has conceded to 80 percent of Iran's demands in negotiations over its nuclear program are completely inaccurate, according to a senior American official.

"That's complete nonsense," a senior US official told The Jerusalem Post, responding to a report published Friday by Channel 10.

In its report, anonymous Israeli officials claimed the president “has given the Iranians 80 percent of what they want” out of the negotiations.

The United States, United Kingdom, France, Russia, China and Germany are negotiating with Iran towards a comprehensive agreement over its vast nuclear program, hoping to clinch a political framework by the end of March.

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