P5+1 foreign ministers poised to return to Geneva for Iran talks

Foreign ministers from the six world powers were poised to fly to Geneva by the end of the week in case their presence is required to sign an interim deal with Iran on its nuclear program, The Guardian quoted western officials as saying on Wednesday night.
According to the paper, hotel rooms were being cleared for the ministers for Friday, and advance security teams were making contingency preparations.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has cleared his schedule to allow him to attend the talks, but his spokesman Jen Psaki said he had yet to decide whether or not to return to Geneva for this round.
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