White House: Negotiators working to ensure nuclear inspectors' access in Iran

By REUTERS
April 2, 2015 23:33

 
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WASHINGTON - International negotiators seeking a deal over Iran's nuclear capabilities are working on a "mechanism" that would ensure inspectors' access to sites in Iran where there is a disagreement, senior White House officials said on Thursday.

The negotiators announced a political framework on a deal on Thursday with the expectation of finalizing details by the end of June.

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