WASHINGTON, D.C. (Worthy News)– Iran and six world powers still have a wide bridge to gap so they have extended the nuclear talks until November 24, after the informal deadline passed today, July 20.
Two diplomats who divulged the development demanded anonymity because they were not authorized to talk publicly about the confidential negotiations.
The biggest obstacle is uranium enrichment, which can make both reactor fuel and the core of a nuclear warhead. Iran says it does not want such weapons but demands it be allowed to keep its present program. The United States and its Western allies want deep cuts. — Source
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