US official: Limits on Iran missiles, arms trade will remain

By REUTERS
July 7, 2015 18:46

 
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VIENNA - Iran will continue to face restrictions on its missile program as well as its trade in conventional arms under an emerging nuclear agreement, a senior US official said on Tuesday.

Six major powers and Iran are still not where they need to be to achieve an agreement under which Iran would restrict its nuclear program in exchange for relief from economic sanctions, the official added on condition of anonymity.

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