Secretary of State John Kerry, Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif
(Worthy News) - After missing a second deadline in a week on Tuesday for concluding the nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers, the US administration has begun to suggest the talks could continue without set timetables, the Times of Israel reported.
American officials insisted this week that the sides "have never been closer" to sealing up a deal that would scale back Tehran's nuclear program in exchange for relief from crippling international sanctions.
But that optimism hasn't translated into agreement on key issues, including international inspections of Iranian military sites, the exact timeframe for sanctions relief after a deal is completed, and more. [ Source ]
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